The new colorful and vibrant collection unveiled at London Fashion Week from the European House of Holland is as vivid and cute as you can imagine. The mixture of expressive colors, cozy styles, elegant outlines and fine fabric definitely make the House of Holland spring/summer 2014 collection a positive and cheerful one.
The stunning and adorable looks are flashy and striking combined with charming femininity with a casual comfort. The eloquent and striking colors of the looks take you to Latin America, Brazilian festivals and to Mexican cocktail parties. They create an atmosphere of fun and exotic night and promise to make you the diva queen for the most dazzling shows.
The sensational row of beautiful models and bright tints reminds you of the charming sunsets and the sparkling ocean. The audience itself is prepared to look fashionable and stylish. The most famous and interested followers of Holland’s designs are as flashy as the models. The front row is shining with the creativity of Harry Styles with his artistic t-shirt and Kelly Osbourne’s purple hairstyle.
The first look presented at the House of Holland spring/summer 2014 runway show was in white and orange shades. There are also lots of tattoo prints used that blend with the bright colors, making the watcher dizzy! The silk dress with an elegant belt reminds of the queens from Africa. It gives the model an aristocratic and fancy look.
Other colors used in the collection are pink, purple, red, black, blue and many more. Another white dress can be perfectly useful for the start of the new school year. Yet it can be worn in an exquisite party as well.
It seems leather is going to be just chic for spring 2014. It gives the looks a very graceful and neat touch. Some of the apparels would be perfect to wear in the streets, or you could even watch volleyball game on the beach and feel self-confident and sure that you will attract people. Tucker hats complement the looks, giving the models a curious and enigmatic look that will surely make the men sigh.
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