There are few fashion items more iconic and timelessly elegant than a 1960s swing coat or cape. The best part is that they are still so wearable today, by day or night. We're obsessed with the soft pastel colours and simple silhouettes of these coats. Which look is your favourite?
A few months ago I became acquainted with international fine art/ fashion photographerSven Kristian(see our first styled shoothere). I immediately fell in love with his moody, stylized work, so when he and stylistDavid Lerouw Lascurainasked if they could use some of my clothing for their next shoot I was happy to oblige. Take a look at these fun, sporty images featuring mostly Lehza Vintage clothing - some of our vintage check blazers, coats, blouses, vintage dresses, a Karen Millen silk dress, and skirts. I love the androgynous blur between menswear and ladieswear. Let me know what you think!
Just because Winter is here, doesn't mean you have to be seen wearing the same old boring coat. Just in: sheepskin coats, leather jackets, dresses and more, so you can strut your style with confidence. Lots more not shown - click below to shop the full range!
After World War II, Japanese fashion was highly influenced by the West, as you can see by these amazing spreads from a Japanese fashion magazineYoung Woman(1969). Western style silhouettes such as the mini skirt and slim fitting dresses can be seen, sometimesina subtle traditional Japanese floral print, merging the two worlds together. I'm obsessed with these looks which are giving me 90s Clueless vibes and would be totally wearable today.