Carrying on from my slight tropical theme from Monday's outfit post, today I'm featuring the work of Royal College of Art MA Textile graduate Kitty Joseph, who's recent SS14 collection is inspired by holiday, escape and exotic climes. The key print in her collection is described as "a palm tree daydream in masking tape, explored through colour ways created by the changing lights of day with midday, afternoon, dusk, and night palms".
The collection is a continuation of her overall creative textural and print vocabularly which the young designer, who is only into her fourth season, is becoming known for. She draws on a wealth of experience gained from her work as a color consultant for many international fashion brands, doing color trend analysis for leading trend prediction agencies and her permanent position as a university course leader on fashion textile and print design. I think it's safe to say she knows a thing or two about colour and print.
Matching shorts and shirts, sundresses, binkini tops and lilo-like PVC all serve as a very literal and extremely fun summer collection.