This macramé design was carefully crafted from ancient weaving techniques and inspired by India’s rich history and craftsmanship. The overall collection was influenced by delicate embroidery and eye-saturating silk prints and cotton eyelet fabrics. Every design was filled with pleasure and detail like world-traveling, tribal gathering.
I hope you will enjoy the collection as much I have enjoyed creating it.
A bouquet of fashionable floral inspired looks with soft chiffon, original embroideries, subtle textures, and beautiful laces adorn this collection. The chiffon, georgette, and light weight linen styling is casual yet refined and can be dressed up or down depending on your mood.
“Quoted from Vogue”
“Ciao, bella! The showgoers of Milan Fashion Week are now departing for the runways in Paris, and what sartorial inspiration they’ve left in their wake. This season, the street style crew embraced pajama dressing and the cozy phenomenon in new and wonderful ways, proving that getting decked out for the photographers outside the shows doesn’t have to mean sacrificing comfort. There were silk pants with fuzzy, furry moccasins, overcoats with easy button-down blouses, and white denim with slides and thin silk scarves. It was as if the most stylish travelers were living that dolce vita life, valuing ease over edge and backing away from full lewks – though, unlike most locals, they probably didn’t squeeze in that classic afternoon nap. In the spirit of what seemed like a much more chilled-out Milan Fashion Week”
Stella and Ginger features this cozy comfort trend valuing ease over edge with our Spring 19 collection.