This season, the Vinti Andrews girl is laid back and cool in relaxed tailoring, retro prints and sequinned bombers in muted pink tones. In the tucked away Soho setting that is The Vinyl Factory, patchwork denim is transformed into something effortlessly sexy when paired with a sheer pussy bow V neck blouse with tiny embroidered daisies scattered across the surface, and the same principle applies for an unassuming leopard print bomber jacket layered over delicate broderie anglais. It's these unlikely combinations that let the collection occupy a space between the street and the catwalk.


Elsewhere in the collection, loosely fitted two pieces in a retro print lend a '60s vibe that is replicated in small, subtle areas such as a shirt cuff or belt loop. A trouser and coat co-ord in pale peach with black piping is a more grown up offering than the miniskirts and yet retains its edge when layered over a striped bralet. Even classic staples such as the denim short are reworked to give them an unexpected quality through the use of satin edging.


Perforated mini dresses and shirts are playful without being overly revealing, and that playfulness extends through the collection in the styling as well as the clothes themselves. Glittering eye make up, denim skirts and that eye catching sequinned bomber inject a youthfulness that resonate throughout and one thing's for sure, we'd really like to be the teenager who wears these clothes with such a cool, calm and collected approach._MG_1211

Words: Alice Hudson | Fashion Week Press | @aliceehudson

Images: Dominika Wojciechowska | Fashion Week Photographer | @dominikawojciechowska