Take a Look at the Helen Cherry Summer 2019 Collection

It’s never too early to start planning your dream summer wardrobe and since the new Helen Cherry Summer 2019 collection has just landed in-store, it seems like the perfect excuse to start gearing up for the arrival of warmer weather.

The breathtaking collection explores the easy and often understated elegance that has become Helen Cherry’s signature over the years. It wouldn’t be a summer collection without a hint of subtle floral prints, and the Helen Cherry Summer 2019 collection features graphic florals. Roses and camellias come to bloom on the Tessa dress, while delicate meadow flowers trail across a handful of the collection’s tops, summer dresses and skirts and are given a tough edge with a jet-black background.

Helen Cherry’s timeless approach to tailoring has always made her suiting a must-have in any serious workwear wardrobe, and the tailoring in the new collection is no exception. This season’s softly belted patch pocket
blazer, which looks incredible when paired with the wide-legged Keaton trouser, redefines summer smart, as does the Swann shirt with its gauzy sensuality and soft volumes in fresh white or the darkest of smoky greys.

Discover the beautiful campaign for the Helen Cherry Summer 2019 collection – shot by Karen Inderbitzen-Waller and Delphine Planqueel – in the gallery below and click here to shop the collection online. 

The Ingrid Starnes Spring Summer 2019 Collection is Here

If you’re tired of wrapping up in endless layers of knitwear, fret not: spring will soon be on its way. Which means all of our favourite local designers are beginning to drop their new collections in-store. And because we’re most definitely already daydreaming about warmer weather and our summer wardrobe, we’re fawning over the recently revealed Ingrid Starnes Spring Summer 2019 collection.

The ethereal collection – which will start dropping into stores over the next few weeks – is aptly called Conversations in Summer and has been inspired by the space to say things, independence, interesting women in conversation and artists Agnes Martin and Francesca Woodman. 

The understated, muted colour palette directly references the subdued tones, sublime beauty and serenity of the work of Agnes Martin, while the textures and house-made print is a reference to Francesca Woodman’s fondness for photographing her subjects in soft, fragile floral prints. 

Take a look at a handful of our favourite pieces from the Ingrid Starnes Spring Summer 2019 collection below and click here to pre-order your favourite pieces right now.