House of Holland Fall 2020 Collection London Fashion Week
If there’s one collection that will make you smile and give you a boost of energy, that is definitely the one coming from House of Holland. Yeah, there are so many playful and youthful goodies in the brand’s latest fall 2020 line that it’s practically impossible to resist not to get suddenly super-optimistic! Fun and colorful, the pieces seen on the runway featured a kaleidoscope of psychedelic prints and eye-catching colors. Henry Holland named his collection ‘NANA RAVE’. Okay, but what is a Nana? “It’s those young girls I see in the East End dressing up like old ladies, wearing nighties with bovver boots – I just wanted to capture that and elevate it,” the designer explains.
The latest House of Holland fall 2020 collection takes us back to the late ’80s and a little bit to the ’70s. Yes, a retro vibe with a quirky modern touch! We love it! So, have you gorgeous fashionistas seen those wallpaper and martini prints? Absolutely fab and cool!
Henry Holland brought, once again, a collection packed full with to-die-for pieces that can add instant attitude to your looks! So, yes, if you’re the bold type of girl who’s not afraid to turn heads pulling off statement-making combos, this line is definitely for you. Think unexpected combinations and get ready to reveal your inner trendsetter! There were ’70s interior prints, clashing brights and crystal embellishments such as martini glasses, cigarettes, and bumblebees that guarantee to spice up any wardrobe. Just check them out and you’ll certainly find something to suit you!
So, the new House of Holland fall 2020 collection was chock full with outstanding, wearable pieces able to add a special je ne sais quoi to your styling. There were sleeveless fur hoodies, fun and chic suits, look-at-me-now dresses, skirts and sweaters, jeans printed with cocktail glasses, tortoiseshell baseball caps, cheerful socks, and uber-cool leopard printed boots. Ah, and did we mention those ‘Viva La Vibe!’ printed tees? “We just really concentrated on one theme: every outfit was about that one idea. We just really got it. I felt totally confident with it,” Henry Holland explained.
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