Swedish Kappahl fall lines will feature femine a wave of romanticism
This fall season, Feminine presents a boho-chic line with inspiration from the ’20s, ’30s and ’60s, in combination with English gardens; a Vintage fusion that presents the unexpected. The underlying statement of the collection is the feeling of freedom, romantic femininity and effortless beauty. Key silhouettes are the maxi dress with fall floral prints, bow-tie blouse, updated peplum shirt, and long-line coat with its sophisticated silhouette
Feminine comes in a rich palette grounded in chocolate hues, pale, dirty pinks and blues. Sizzling reds are presented as an accent colour, adding an additional feminine touch. The key materials are sheer laces and lightweight fabrics, whilst the prints focus on fall florals and embroideries, boasting a romantic feel and boho touch.
Feminine will be available at KappAhl throughout the fall of 2016.
Autumn and Winter season is “on the rocks”
In AW16, KappAhl presents a rock-chic inspired season with the K by… line. The collection is a reflection of European boulevards and embraces minimalistic silhouettes with unexpected twists: urban simplicity at its best.
This fall, KappAhl presents the minimalistic and rock-chic-inspired collection K by …. The line has a definite base in city life, with its thought-through outfits and laid-back approach. The collection consists of seasonal wardrobe staples: a statement biker jacket, turtleneck, faux-fur jacket, white shirt and little dress in a flirtatious shape. It’s a stylish line for fashion-conscious women who want to dress up for both day and night.
K by… is grounded in shades of stone, lavender gray and blacks. With petroleum- and indigo-hued injections – as well as white detailing – the line has surprising stylish elements. The prints have burnt-out effects, denims are distressed and an evident fascination for animal life has left its mark. This is a versatile line that embraces urban minimalism.
K by… will be available at KappAhl throughout the fall of 2016. Here is a view of these lines: