I return from my long hiatus aka much needed self-imposed maternity leave to fashion blogging and blogging in general. What better way to restart than donning a dress from H&M’s latest collaboration with Richard Allan, one of the most innovative British scarf designers of the ’60s, bringing you a collection of prints created from the original design archives. Who doesn’t dream of going back in time?
The collection is curated intending to revive the energy of swinging London with eye-catching silhouettes and abstract patterns in an alluring palette.
The SANAA dress which you see me wearing here is every woman’s wardrobe must-have, regardless of shape and size. This black and white design draws inspiration from the historical city Sanaa, and carries a sense of the winding passages of the ancient souk.
Abstract, avant-garde design in high octane colour of this collection made me collect a few pieces. Other than this dress, another favourite of mine from this collaboration is the Piccadilly print. Inspired by the pulsating movement and neon lights of Piccadilly Circus, the iconic piazza in London, Richard Allan created a design where patterns merge and fade. There is a dress, a pleated skirt and a scarf for you to pick in this print. I have opted for the pleated satin skirt in Piccadilly print, looking forward to style it and share here soon. Until then, have a good life! I missed talking to you all, on this space, I’m more regular on Instagram, incase you care to know!
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