our collections for 2010 for Spring and Summer are born from a love of all things vintage

When putting new collections together we aspire to bring you a look that is very much on trend and also has a strong seasonal influence. The fact that we produce in relatively small quantities here in the UK, means that we can move very swiftly to bring a hot new look to your storefront within a matter of only a few weeks.

Some of the many influences for Sping/Summer 2010 were taken from the Ferbruary/March Wedding Flowers Magazine, as can be seen from our storyboard images. Our overall theme is very much inspired by all things vintage, which we have separated  into 3 different categories, the first of which is Vintage Brights. 

Although we have enjoyed working with various takes on the retro pink, blue and white scheme for several years now it is refreshing to see that vogue has finally caught up with our desire to move towards an almost Jewel Brights version of this classic.  

Using a colour palette of  hot pink, bright spring green and a blue that is somewhere between deep sky and teal, jewel coloured almost sweetie like beads and gorgeous wide satins to create oversized, floppy vintage style bows, this collection has a lovely fresh, young vibrancy.

Moving on is our Vintage Rose collection. From the softest shade of sugar pink right through to rich deep rose and plum tones, crystal and glass beads combine with ribbons of satin, organza and opulent velvets for a look that exudes sophisticated feminine charm and heady romance.

And finally, to our Faded Vintage. Using the coolest shades of chalks, grays and heathers, combined with the palest of faded pinks and neudes, plums and neutrals this is pure understated, vintage elegance at its best. Delicate pearl and glass embellishments are complemented by ribbons of sheer matt organza, velvets and vintage inspired grosgrains and taffeta complete this timeless look.

As with all of our collections, the three key trends have subtle elements which pull all of  them together resulting in a cohesive fluidity. Within these collections the key element is the tiniest, almost incidental occasional flourish of one final strong trend … the colour purple.

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