girls in suits 009 palmer//harding

the next in the female tailoring series comes from Levi Palmer and Matthew Harding // relatively new on the scene launched by the central saint martins pair in 2012 the brand is going from strength to strength //

a bit different to the others in the ‘girls in suits’ series, this is tailoring at its most relaxed and flowing // in fact palmer//harding push the boundaries and our relationship with suiting as they deconstruct and rework traditional garments into new found shapes and experiment with pattern cutting and draping techniques //

i for one am a huge fan of their innovative and contrasting approach to modern tailoring // often mixing the harsh with the soft, feminine amongst the masculine, structured with the flowing //

their cohesive collections of everyday wear littered with more statement pieces are a feast for the eyes //

certainly a brand to add to the work wardrobe for those days when you want to push chic fashion vibes in the office rather than power suiting //

gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous //

rebekah.

girls in suits 008 Peter Do

next in the female tailoring series is newly formed new-york based Peter Do // trained by none other than phoebe philo Do’s own label has a lovely minimalism and chic tailoring promising to flatter all shapes and sizes //

in his first season Do honed his aspiration for the label “It’s about building a modern uniform and wardrobe for women.” // i adore the asymmetric look of many of the suits && the sleek layers // the craftsmanship and quality looks superb //

the designers own fabric ‘spacer’ crops up alot // a kind of combination of mesh sponge and neoprene which he has been refining over his career //

also a huge fan of his large heart shaped open locket earrings //

any of these suits would be the perfect glow up to your office style // power dressing on point // you can buy the latest peter do collection from his website and netaporter //

rebekah.

ludovic de saint sernin ss20

parisian based ex-balmain designer Ludovic de Saint Sernin presented his wet and wild collection at the pompidou centre a couple of weeks back // i must say for someone who mastered the intricacies of OTT embellishment i love the sleek and minimal style of his designs //

only recently dipping into womenswear its lovely to see the full spectrum in his collection // transparent fabrics and the signature eyelet underwear brief from last season made a reappearance // the whole set was like a sexy wet t-shirt competition turned high fashion //

few of my favourite looks below // male sensuality on point //

deserving of the buzz and one to watch for sure //

rebekah.

brand watch Mimm

uk heads may already know about nottingham based independent clothing music and arts store Mimm // from my time spent living in notts, Mimm really is a pillar of the local creatives && independent businesses movement which the city represents // they also do radio && various events which are worth checking out //

also their menswear and streetwear selection is always on point! // always reasonably priced too //

the latest collection is a sustainability focused drop “the mind collection” // organic and environmentally conscious each of the garments is hand embroidered in store // peep the minimalist garms below // lovelovelove //

few other bits from their other collections && instagram shown below to give you flavour //

Check them here >>>> https://www.mimm.co.uk/

the store in Hockley, Nottingham, UK

rebekah.

girls in suits 007 matériel

honing from Tbilisi in Georgia // matérials last few collections have been on point in terms of female tailoring // sleek minimalism with perfect silhouettes //

matérial really have been at the cutting edge of the Georgian design scene since its birth in 2012 //

creative duo aleksandre akhalkatsishvili and lado bokuchava are currently at the helm of the label // and they are killing it with their artistic vision whilst never compromising on quality or wearability //

the pink faux leather cut is to absolutely die for!! //

yes please //

rebekah.

stone island shadow project SS19

urban techwear never looked so swish as the shadow project line released by stone island this spring //

a collab developed by Carlo Rivetti of stone island and Errolson Hugh from ACRONYM // this collection is functional && beautiful //

i love the subtlety in the logo in the muted tones really brings the whole collection together //

the collection is available online and in stores now //

rebekah.