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Oysho launches Its New Spring-Summer 16 Collection
April 25, 2016, 3:25 pm

Oysho’s new looks for 2016 Spring-Summer season are presented in three chapters connected by different natural elements. A trip to Morocco reveals the different stages of this new Oysho adventure.

The first chapter, Salt, is inspired by natural elements where white and crystal sea hues contrast with earth colors.

Oysho takes its inspiration from water and salt, the common themes which run through the first part of a collection dominated by garments in different shades of white, with hints of the soft folk style.

The silhouettes are light and loose, presenting a renewed harmony between handmade fabrics like crochet, guipure lace and linen.

Kaftans, dresses, jumpsuits and swimwear are the stars of this first part of the 2016 Spring-Summer collection.

Oysho continues on its journey to present Sun, the second chapter in the new Spring Summer 16 collection.

With this second chapter, Sun, Oysho unveils a color palette ranging from red to clay brown, guiding us through a line of the collection in which sunlight from a summer’s afternoon inspires beachwear shapes and tessellation prints.

Long dresses and flowing trousers with paisley prints head this collection, accompanied by swimwear featuring handcrafted details such as macramé in khaki and ochre tones.

With the arrival of Sand Collection, Oysho concludes the third and final part of this journey through the brand’s new designs for Spring Summer 2016.

The Sand Collection concludes the three parts that make up a collection where sea and sand tones are a central theme. This section focuses on navy blue and black, combined with white which adds light to every look.

The classical nautical print has had a revamp and features on designs including long dresses, swimwear, tops and trousers with fresh and modern cuts. Accessories take on special importance and are designed using natural fabrics such as raffia and cotton.

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