Polish fashion brand Mohito is certainly looking fabulous with the spanking new Mohito spring/summer 2015 collection for women. It is one of the brands belonging to the Lubianiec Piechocki I Partnerzy, also known as LPP S.A, the large Polish retailing company with over 1300 stores in the country and abroad, including in Germany, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Russia, Slovakia and Ukraine. Krakow, the second largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland, serves as the headquarter for the Mohito brand.
In the Mohito spring/summer 2015 collection, we see an intriguing combination of beautiful models, captivating clothing designs, and mesmerizing Lamborghinis. As is the latest big trend, we are treated to lots of floral prints in a kaleidoscope of spring colors, while also enjoying the combination of black mesh with royal blue crop twin sets or high slits on asymmetrical skirts topped with simple white blouses. The dominating colors of the collection are bright sunshine yellow, deep royal blue, black used on mesh, stark whites and abstract floral prints in yellow, blue, and red.
The main print available among all the color blocks seen in the Mohito spring 2015 collection is the abstract floral design that looks more like paint has been thrown at the fabric in red, blue and yellow colors, with a nice big chunk of white splashes. Criss-cross bands under the bust are a common sight on the crop tops, while the twin sets include matching pencil skirts, in typical runway fashion trends, with a high waist and midi hem. It’s a great look unto itself and works amazing as a beach style to be rocking during your next visit to the rocky shores.
The prints also come in high waist tight legged trousers, bringing a pretty large canvas of splashed color to the ensemble, while a royal blue coat is thrown over a simple white tank top tucked tightly into the pants. It is the spring season after all, so a jacket or light coat comes in handy to ward off the slight chill in the breeze that envelops the body, until summer rears its pretty head. Considering the images used for this shoot and the backgrounds so painstakingly decided on, a woman wearing such an outfit deserves to be driving a rather expensive car as well; a Lamborghini to be quoting the Mohito spring/summer 2015 campaign.
Even swimsuits utilize the abstract splashed paint floral designs that are a common theme to the collection. One piece they may be but the high cut at the thighs lends a really sexy feel to it, particularly with the high neck pushing the focus down to the lower sections to find some skin. Add a black mesh cover-up on top that can be zipped and belted with a string and you have a nice beach duo. Then again, that cover up does little to protect from the elements so you are going for the stylish look here more so than the utilitarian aspects of the piece.
We are thoroughly in love with the sundresses available as well, what with the asymmetrical skirts and all. The deep V plunge on the royal blue design is quite on par with spring/summer trend expectations, with the pretty pleating and the halter top adding to a more “pretty” look overall. A pretty yellow scarf also comes in handy for giving the outfit a splash of sunshine after the rain. The other sundress is very much comprised of the abstract floral, with a short mini hem in front and a long train in the back, complete with a deep V plunge on the chest.
Photos courtesy of Mohito