As geometric international prints are a huge trend this season, seen on the catwalks of Emilio Pucci and Alexander McQueen. James Lakeland has launched the all new OP ART Collection, taking inspiration from 60s monochrome and geometric prints, creating a timeless collection for women. The colour palette is simply black and white, two colours which you can easily wear from one season to the next and always looks effortlessly chic.
The collection houses modern yet classic pieces with printed blouses, sharp tailored blazers, skinny printed trousers and short shift dresses all in monochrome. It’s about clashing bold prints, but as they are all in black and white the finished look is still sharp and chic.
“This season I looked to the 1960s for the inspiration for my graphic print pieces. The bold and eye-catching aesthetic of these pieces is both timeless and empowers the woman with its strong, tailored shapes.” James Lakeland
This collection sets the trend of feeling empowered and making a statement with timeless pieces. For me, crisp white pieces in summer are the ultimate statement of power, iconic style and glamour.
With each season better than the last, the new James Lakeland collection for Spring Summer sets the tone for pure class ♥
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