3 Ultimate Reads For Spring

Posted on Wednesday, April 29th, 2015 at 7:28 pm

After surviving April fools and the most obnoxious of April showers, we're now ready to leave grey shades behind for some beautiful colour! This season, we're going to be all about vivid hues and to help get you into the colourful sprit we're recommending the ultimate reads for spring.

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There's probably no better resource to observe the role of colour in fashion than the global colour authority Pantone. Pages filled with breathtaking robes and the ultimate guide to understand the impact colours have and will have in the world of fashion. Discover why Hermes chose Marigold and why we will never get tired of eye-popping red.

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This page-turner is a collection of photography from the biggest names in American fashion. And where else can you find the most intimate insight and full-on style inspiration than on Instagram? That's right, nowhere! The collection pulls all the great designers that comprise the Council of Fashion Designers of America into one big vibrant book. Handpicked by the designers themselves, obviously! And nobody less than Donna Karan, Diane von Furstenberg, Marc Jacobs, John Varvatos and many, many more. Get inspired and get snapping!

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Did anybody say spring summer colour inspiration? Chloë Sevigny at your service! Here you'll find the secret of looking cool without looking like you tried. Chloë has been a muse in the downtown creative scene for over three decades! This book includes everything form early personal photos of Chloë taken by her high school friends over film stills to campaigns for Miu Miu and Chloé. Not enough? Sevigny even shares her treasured personal memorabilia, such as casting fliers, Polaroids, and pages from her day planners. For the ones, who are looking for eclectic, quirky and avant-garde sartorial inspiration — here is your style bible.

And if you're feeling ready to get colour, check out our latest drop of daring denim reaching from tangerine to pastel lilac.