So much craving for unique, one-of-a-kind clothing pieces to stand out in the crowd? Swash London is the brand that will put an end to all your style dilemmas, as the newest Swash London fall/winter 2012-2013 collection has the name “unique” imprinted all over. Bringing the brand’s signature hand-drawn and painted artworks into the fashion scene, the collection makes one adopt an artistic and creative approach as far as styling is concerned. The designer duo of the label, Sarah Swash and Toshio Yamanaka, have certainly done an impressive job, as every single item in the Swash London fall/winter 2012-2013 collection is sure to inject a high dose of attitude to even the dullest wardrobe.
The Swash London fall/winter 2012-2013 collection is all about statement-making, artistic prints and patterns, whether it’s a cool jacket, a unique pom pom hat, leggings, dresses, scarves or even bags. “We want to encourage people into the full Swash look,” the Swash designers admit. So if you pretty dolls are ready to draw all eyes on you, the brand offers a gazillion of real stunners to experiment with.
Boldness and an otherworldly style are the features of these amazing Swash clothing pieces and accessories. The British brand inspires sassy fashionisers to plunge into the world of flower and animal prints, abstract patterns, outstanding details and whimsical designs. Despite its extremely bold attitude, the Swash London fall/winter 2012-2013 collection manages to stay in the framework of a surprisingly sophisticated, feminine and ethereal style. There are all-over-printed dresses, skirts, jackets, tops, trousers, leggings, delicate blouses, shorts and cozy knitted sweaters. The color palette includes both delicate neutral tones, as well as vibrant yellow, turquoise, purple and red shades. Still it’s all the prints that attract maximum attention.
The looks in the Swash London fall/winter 2012-2013 collection are smartly accessorized with cute and fun hats, gloves, belts, bags and scarves. There are nine different scarf designs, titled Phantastes after the Romantic 19th Century George MacDonald novel. All the pieces were first drawn and painted by hand, and only later on digitally printed on delicate silk. So if you want to make a strong sartorial statement this season, Swash has definitely you covered!
Photos courtesy of Swash London