The overall theme was very much Holland; sexy, colourful and fun. Fashion doesn`t have to be taken so seriously all the time with the fear of losing your stylish credibility which Henry has proved once again. Lace inserts on denim trousers were teamed with matching square-cut blouses whilst neon silk roses were seen appliquÃ©d onto jacquard trenches and leopard print leather bustier dresses. The designer has taken beloved classics and given them an alluring makeover with the use of these unexpected detailing. Women won`t be able to resist!
Pretty lace skirts which featured splits either side of the knee, iridescent mini dresses and cinched in waists gave the range an injection of femininity with the use of loud checks in fresh spring hues working as the counterpart. Of course there was a hint of comic genius in the form of hand-painted phone holsters and key holding harnesses further proving the nation`s love for technology and how we can`t seem to part from it. Everything felt very modern with splashes of retro aspects thrown in like shiny jackets casually draped over shoulders, shirt and knee length skirt combinations and dress shapes whilst the pairing of various fabrics gave the collection a luxe edge.
His imagination has been let loose for SS14, inspiring the old and new fashion generation with exciting and fun ways to express creativity in abundance. Holland even spent the summer driving his Mr Quiffy ice cream van around the country to bring his product closer to the consumer. A brilliant idea that not only intensifies his passion for his brand but for his label wearers too!