Without the right foundation, how do we move forward? Make a start with Keepsake The Label ‘Framework’. Clean, constructed shapes sit next to delicate lace and silk, adorned by careful gemstone placement plus fine, sheer panels. Structured off the shoulder styles feature along side deep-v neckline. Dreamy, asymmetric co-ordinates take the lead with featured floral and an ice gray, petal geo print.
Autumn/Winter 16 offers an easy to wear collection, with throw on dresses and simple knitwear. Small but considered details such as hand embroidery, craft influenced texture and strong prints elevate the clean, contemporary shapes and provide the nomadic quality we love.
Stand out pieces include the dotty dress, which comes in this seasons essential boxy shape and is offered in a beautiful printed cotton and the shirt dress with polka dot prints and blue check are one of our buyer’s favourites.
With a substantial part of the collection being produced in India and the companies desire to give back, in 2011 indi & cold began to collaborate with the charity the Vicente Ferrer Foundation.
The resulting house building project is run under the banner “Dignified housing for all families” with 64,000 euro donated and thirty nine houses for the most disadvantaged in India having been completed so far.
“A significant part of our clothing is produced in India and this project is our way of thanking them, because without them our success would not be possible” – indi & cold.
Selected items from AW 16 are available online. <a href=”http://talis.com.au/product-brands/indi-and-cold/”> Shop the collection here</a>
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Fashion film AW16
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Presenting ‘Adorn’ by Keepsake The Label, a sumptuous collection of feminine, intricate occasion wear. Layered lace plus soft silk separates meet silk midi and maxi stand-alone styles for a range that is all about the luxe.
Dark floral brighten the range while structured and off the shoulder styles add structure. This latest crop of versatile yet sophisticated pieces from Keepsake will have you exuding elegance, confidence and above all style.
Have you picked your favourite pieces from ‘Adorn’ Collection? Feel free to share your thought and leave us a comment below.
Green fingered and glamorous. Cucumber sandwiches packed for your picnic, enjoying champagne, strawberries and cream watching Wimbledon. A cup of tea on a misty cool morning. Stomping the mud off your boots on a wet and windy summers afternoon.
‘Be My Valentine’
A wash of soft pastel shades, Botanical gardens and monogamous birds. Love hearts and a romance of roses introduce Spring Summer 2016.
Green is the new black. Fruity tooty, juicy green apples and sunset swirling lollipops. Poppy fields and blooming florals. This Spring collection captivates the beauty of an English country garden.
‘The Great Adventure’
Inspired by boat races, open water swimming and a walk in the wild. Pointed toes, cruising sailboats and naval lighthouses.
Capture the Cornish coast, Ahoy their sailor! Game, Set match. Get ready for Wimbledon, Tennis rackets in courtside green paired with tessellated tennis balls. Beach bathers and nautical stripes, summertime harlequins and pink peonies.
Hope you enjoy our new Emily and Fin collection as much as we do. More pieces will be dropping in March and April. Visit our store to check out what’s available now.
Have a great weekend!
Introducing Book of Deer SS16 Lucky Charms Collection! They are available online now (shop the collection here).
This summer, Book of Deer celebrates the magic of lucky charms in both their superstitious and cereal form. Fit ’n flare halter dresses, cotton chambray frocks and A-line summer sweats are designed to enchant the wearer with a lucky spell. Each piece of Book of Deer’s SS16 collection features embroidered and hand-drawn lucky motifs — from horseshoes, shamrocks, magpies, to pennies, ladybirds and black cats. And for those who prefer to eat their lucky charms for breakfast, your favourite marshmallows are our statement print of the season!
Who doesn’t need a little more luck in their lives?