All posts tagged: Spring clothes

COS x HAY spring/summer 2017 campaign

Fresh styling from COS X HAY Spring/Summer 2017

Spring is very nearly here, the days are lighter and everything feels brighter. As we look ahead to the new season, here’s some lovely, fresh, spring-like styling from COS X HAY’s new Spring/Summer 2017 campaign. The love affair between fashion brand COS and Danish design brand HAY continues with deep green accessories for the home, pared-back neutral ceramics and elements for springtime rituals. The curated collection, now in its third year, is available in stores and online, offering simple, straightforward, functional designs at affordable prices. Says Rolf Hay: ‘We want people to buy things that they can treasure for many years, not throw away.’ I’ll now let the images do the talking… Here are some of my favourites from the Spring collection, lots of fresh greens and soft neutrals: Shop the COS X HAY collection in COS London High Street Kensington, Vienna Neubaugasse and Gothenburg as well as online across Europe. What are your favourites? All images courtesy COS X HAY

New clothing brand Trademark's Spring 2014 lookbook

Trademark is a new American sportswear brand based in New York City and set up by sisters Alexandra and Louisa Burch (daughters of fashion entrepreneur Chris Burch and step-daughters to fashion designer Tory Burch). They call Trademark ‘the blocks on which to build a wardrobe’, and sell a selection of minimal separates in bold colours, inspired by artists Josef Albers and Donald Judd. From this Spring collection I love the sandals and slides as well as the see-through bags. Don’t forget to check out their website here, they also have a flagship store in New York. Images: Trademark

Step in to Spring with Sayaka Davis

Sayaka Davis is a clothing and jewellery label based in New York, launched in 2012 by Japan-born Sayaka Tokimoto Davis. Spring is just about on its way here and her clothes are putting me in the mood for summer– I love the simple white cropped trousers and soft floral jumpsuit. She says: Her central idea comes from Japanese minimalist art, the concept of “spacious beauty”, leaving the blank space rather than filling everything in. This belief is that space defines the object, becoming the subject. Clean, yet modern and unique silhouettes are expressed with a keen attention to detail and beautiful textiles. Check out her blog here. Photography: Yoko Haraoka Model: Laura Okita Hair & Make-up:Yusuke Okita Prop styling: Sachiko Kamiya