When your long days are blending into your longer nights and you struggle to find inspiration to do just about anything… we bring you inspiration in the form of 5 new fashion finds that are perfect for spring. Start updating your spring wardrobe from the comfort of your couch by adding that much-coveted floral dress, those delicious slides, and an eye-catching bag that will be the envy of all those you will see when we’re no longer required to remain socially distant. Hopefully soon:)
1 || Coperni
Coperni is a Parisian brand for ready-to-wear and accessories established by Sébastian Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant in 2013. Having acquired their experiences in the studios of Balenciaga and Chanel, the designers have masterfully merged their embroidery techniques into their linear/sportif silhouettes. Coperni won ANDAM Creative Label Prize in 2014 and was a finalist for the LVMH Prize in 2015.
2 || Àcheval Pampa
Inspired by Argentinian gauchos, Àcheval Pampa is a brand that was founded by Sofia Achaval and Lucille Sperber, avid collectors of vintage clothing. Their collections are inspired by anything vintage either found in thrift stores or passed down by their grandmothers.
3 || Wandering
Wandering is an Italian brand with a dark romantic appeal featuring voluminous fabrics, ruffled skirts, and embroidered dresses and shirts. They have somehow managed to infuse a cool-girl appeal to an ethnic gothic elegance… go figure!
4 || Shop-Pêche
Shop-Pêche is a Brooklyn-based brand and store that is a heaven and haven for all you minimalists out there. They offer staples, fashion pieces and shoes to-die-for; and what’s even more interesting is their shockingly affordable price tag.
5 || SIR the Label
Based in Sidney Australia, SIR the Label serves separates, intimates, and ready-to-wear, which is what SIR stands for but that is definitely not all. Their latest collection will have you drooling over floral separates, knit sets, maxi dresses and so much more.