One of the most important fashion items that a woman should take the time to decide on is a handbag.
Louise Clark's final collection has the name ‘Abstract Romanticism’ and combined two very different themes. One research theme inspired her print and the other her silhouette. Her previous trip to China where she completed her internship really inspired her prints as she fell in love with the Chinese Calligraphy and the expressive, abstract mark making which these line drawings captured. She then used this inspiration to create her own prints and experimented using flocking on sheer fabric which was a continuous running theme throughout her collection.
The silhouette came from looking at 19th Century Clothing, as she has always loved the high necks and large gathered sleeves. However, she always wanted to re-create this silhouette in a more contemporary style by using brighter pops of colour and layering up her prints to create an impact on the catwalk. She combined two very different research themes as she wanted to create a very unique collection that had never been done before.
We all work so hard to find, that one moment in the day where we can just relax, but the more demanding life becomes the less time we have to just relax. And it is those demands and stresses in life that entitles us to some well-deserved relaxation.
So, take that time for yourself, whether it is lounging on the sofa or staying in bed till midday but do it in style, in Yawn sleep and loungewear. Cut for comfort with 100% bespoke cotton, this is a warm-hearted, feel good range of sleep and loungewear with understated style.
Each item is beautifully made and imaginatively designed with hidden messages and illustrations and colourful prints. With each detail bringing joy, love and light to the wearer.
We all love their classic PJ sets, retailing from £89 (RRP) and available in a wide range of colours carefully chosen to complement each other and the wearer.
And if you are already a big fan of the brand like we are, you will love what they have instore for the New Season.
For your “me time” luxury they are introducing three new delightful, luxurious and enticing prints, and a showstopper that you do not want to miss out on. All available in September 2018.
Eve, in the garden of Eden, is a hand-drawn Eden of fine lines and bold botanicals to transport you to a lush green Ethiopia.
Who does not like a break away to the seaside, well now you can, in their Uncharted collection, a playful watercolour take on the Breton stripe, inspired by a seaside escape. For nights of listening to the waves and finding peace and calm at the sea. Relaxation Bliss!!
Hideaway is a hunt for hidden details among the blossoms, perfect to escape and hideaway from the world for a day.
And the delight does not stop there, following on the success of the Pink Chambray pyjama set they are introducing a new chambray Robe, coming in September, made of the softest of softest fabric for a super luxurious feel and look.
From their Mix & Match collection, now available online, is the luxurious, lightweight cotton-modal jersey. Super soft on the skin for sweet dreams, available in a vest, nightie, t-shirt and long sleeved top to mix and match with the Yawn collection.
And the joy just keeps on coming with the #showstopper for the AW18 season the Dreamcoat retailing at £195. This is luxury personified, with its soft touch to the skin,the Dreamcoat is comfy and stylish, and a must have for rainy days of chilling out on the sofa.
Now close your eyes and imagine yourself sitting on a comfy sofa, in your Dreamcoat Yawning away, as you sink deeper into that cosy sofa, dreamily nodding off into a deep slumber.
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Louisa Moody is a luxury womenswear brand inspired by issues surrounding equality and double standards between genders. They use fashion as activism, aiming to break beliefs on the ideal woman put in place by society. Their designs focus on sex appeal whilst celebrating women and their bodies.
Graduating in 2017 from the University of Lincoln 13 Magpies Design Studio aims to create a more sustainable future for fashion practice. Striving to nurture and create a meaningful lifecycle for ethically produced clothing. As Brand 13 Magpies confronts the ethical and ecological issues of Post- Festival waste. Salvaged tents and other discarded items have been re-imagined as a range of unique and desirable apparel for festival goers.