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House of Holland

Spring 12

The look 1980s ska tomboy meets pretty punk.

Key pieces Tartan checks on pinafore dresses and kilts with mesh knitted tops. Snakeskin featured on belts, shirt collars and all over trousers. Multiple zips added to the punk aesthetic. Braces on trousers nodded to the ska music era and bleached coloured denims were styled with buttoned-up colour-contrast shirts. Pastel cow prints on all-in-ones and maxi dresses finished the show.

Colours Dirty pastels in lilac, pinks and apricot, with navy and grey.

Commercial appeal This collection referenced musical influences relevant for younger shoppers, and in turn House of Holland’s customer. The Lurex mesh vests and bleached denims will prove popular. Cow prints and tartan will look distinctive for the brand’s customer come spring.

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