House of Holland Spring 2014 | London Fashion Week

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published September 14, 2013

Holland’s Ladylike Tough – For his spring 2014 collection, House of Holland designer Henry Holland found his inspiration in Mexico City and street style. The result was an outing of relaxed and ladylike silhouettes paired with tough urban elements such as trucker hats, tattoo inspired prints and boxy tees. Metallic brocades and lace detailing brought a romantic touch to Holland’s contemporary woman. Gingham patterns showed up with shirts, pants or skirts in bold blue and red hues. Topping off the cool look are retro-inspired cat eye sunglasses and strappy heels in metallic colors.


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