“Expressing style and individuality alongside the latest fashion trends, Latte has gone all out with our SS20 collection. Enriched with new initiatives, as well as updated takes on best-sellers, Latte offers stylish and glamorous clothing inspired by the retro dolcevita era. With 7 easy-to-understand colour capsules, the collection is commercial and accented with bold colours using luminous brights, bringing modernity and vibrancy. Pastels also feature, offering a contemporary take on feminine shades and provide a fresh sophisticated alternative. Characterised by artisanal craftsmanship, Latte includes edgy knitwear, trousers, embellished tunics, shirts, quirky tops, statement jackets and wow-factor outerwear as well as their signature contemporary 3/4 sleeved dresses. Latte customers are able to express their style and individuality through the use of sustainable linen and cotton which has been incorporated into several styles within the new collection,” said Adele Black, creative director of Latte Clothing in a press release by Moda.
Moda is the first port of call for independents, department stores and e-tailers alike to discover the season’s most anticipated fashion and dazzling SS20 collections from brands including Robell, Godske, Marble, Ronald Joyce, Carol C Collections, Mascara, Ellie Wilde for Mon Cheri, Colette for Mon Cheri, Ella Boo/ Isabella, Pomodoro, Gino Cerruti, Suzie Blue, Kelly Craig Collections, Gabys, Tilley & Grace, Suzanne Bettley, Max & Ellie, Tempest Designs, Whiteley Fischer Hats, and Zelly.
The show has also announced a stellar line-up of British and international footwear brands offering visitors the largest and most diverse footwear collections in the UK including Fly London, Rieker, Alpe, Peter Kaiser, Moda in Pelle, Hotter, Superga, Sebago, Glamorous, Holster, Meline and Reqins.
Moda, the heart of UK fashion and the show that brings fashion to life, strives to champion and serve the British high street. Moda showcases the collections from hundreds of established and boutique brands, as well as up and coming designers, offering a unique buying platform in the heart of England for Britain’s much-loved independent retailers. (PC)
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