Spring Summer 2014 Trends
'P is for Pink, Temperley London, and if it’s not pink, it’s pleated’ Spring Summer 14 Trend Report'
P is for Pink, undoubtedly the colour of Spring Summer 14- a notion affirmed by colour experts Pantone who named ‘radiant orchid’ (a mix of fuchsia, purple and pink) the colour of the season. With the bold block design of the Freesia story alongside the intricate patterned jacquard of the Carissa Flared dress the Temperley London runway show was brimming with pink hues. While the 70s ALICE by Temperley Spring Summer collection was characterised by pops of vibrant fuchsia especially the playful Mina Tea Dress.
‘Back in fashion – the leopard print coat everyone’s wild about’
- The Times
'Back in fashion’ according to The Times’ Fashion Editor, Laura Craik, Leopard print saw a resurgence on the catwalk over London Fashion Week as a must-have staple print for the Spring Summer season. Appearing in the Temperley London collection on skirts and coats as well as part of the incredible Orchidea Print.
‘This season’s florals encompass the whole range from pastel pretty to techno sport and make an irresistible motif for spring’
- Alexandra Shulman, Editor in Chief - Vogue
For Spring Summer the floral motif runs through the Temperley London and into the ALICE by Temperley collection. Whether it be the embroidered design of the Tula Fil-Coupe story, the delicate textured applique of the Petal Dress or the three dimensional flower on the Perspex Alyssa belt florals are ever present in the Temperley summer wardrobe.