First showcased at the Design Collective show during London Fashion Week, the latest plus size catwalk Spring/Summer 2015 pieces from Evans are about to touch down, and we’re super excited about it.
Launching online and in selected stores on Thursday May 21, the exclusive collection features stand-out creations from designers including Clements Ribero and hot new names Vita Gottlibe and Hema Kaul.
From bold transitional separates to flirty feminine florals the Design Collective has something to suit everyone, and with the brand’s Head of Design Rebecca Van Reicher overseeing the project, you are guaranteed classic Evans’ style with a luxe runway twist.
We’re particularly loving Clements Ribero’s fit-and-flare red and green midi, while Hema Kaul’s pencil dress ticks two trend boxes thanks to the lilac shade and luxe lace finish.
Another reason to adore this capsule catwalk offering is that stunning supermodel Ashley Graham lends her fabulous figure to the campaign, and doesn’t she just look amazing? Best known for modelling plus-size lingerie, Ashley wins kudos the world over for helping to promote healthy body image and teaching us to love our curves.
And if you really can’t wait until May 21, don’t worry – there are already some gorgeous runway offerings available to shop online. Got a penchant for acid brights? Be sure to shop the fabulous lime green waterfall trench which featured as a signature look on the Evans London Fashion Week catwalk. Pair with the accompanying cobalt culottes for a statement summer look, or else dress down with raw edge girlfriend jeans and baseball boots for ultimate off-duty cool.
With 6 different designers making up the Design Collective, Evans is blazing a trail by bringing high end design to the great British high street.
We recommend you bookmark Evans’ homepage and check in regularly – these sartorial game changers won’t be around for long! And if you’re in need of an accessory fix to give your Hema Kaul Evans Collection gown extra va-va-voom, don’t forget to visit our daily pick of the high street on The Fashion Drop.
By Amie-Jo Locke