The holiday season is getting closer and it is finally time in the UK to transition to a Summer wardrobe.
More than a trend, the concept of a capsule wardrobe aligns with the ‘less is more’ philosophy. Discerning consumers are increasingly looking to invest in fewer but higher quality pieces that will last for a lifetime. High-end craftsmanship, classic designs and quality fabrics have become the parameters of a thoughtful purchase decision along with a concern over sustainable production and the label’s values.
To achieve a versatile Summer capsule wardrobe, perfectly adaptable to both holiday farniente and city errands, we invite you to peruse through the delightful collection of Danielle Fichera. The clothing line evokes the spirit of South of France and infuses wanderlust with easy sophistication in impeccably made garments.
Danielle Fichera’s latest Resort 2020 Collection is inspired by the glamour of the French Riviera in the late 1960s and Alfred Hitchcock’s film “To Catch a Thief”. The collection features classic yet freshly modern shirt and swing dresses with a relaxed feel, that will undoubtedly appeal to women who recognise the importance of living life beautifully at home and abroad. Floral prints in soft pink, yellow and green hues draw from the French Riviera’s stunning botanicals and flowers. The clothing pieces are beautifully made in Italian fabrics and her signature fil coupé – which is a weaving technique that creates a delicate fringe on the top of the fabric.
The clothing pieces are produced locally in New York’s historic garment district by highly skilled tailors with years of expertise. Sustainability is at the core of Danielle Fichera’s design process, using Italian organic cotton and sustainably sourced mother of pearl buttons. In defiance of the fashion appetite for constant newness, the brand re-utilises its favourite materials and patterns, hence reducing unnecessary waste.
Our Positive Luxury Team advise you to complement your capsule wardrobe with timeless jewellery pieces by KBH made of recycled gold.
Written by - Severine Etienne