House of Holland is trying to spice up the new season with an incredibly sizzling collection. The skinheads and punk rocker inspired designs are softened to maintain a feminine chic characteristic that makes heads turn. Check out the new collection and draw inspiration for your new original spring look!
If you're all about originality, you're going to love the latest
fashion collection signed House of
Holland for spring 2012 presented at the London Fashion Week as it
comes with elements that are urban inspired but with a quirky
Henry Holland's vision of spring 2012 fashion seems to be inspired by skinheads and punk rockers, designs infused with fun colors, prints and plenty of femininity. Fashion should be fun and pose as a perfect method of self expression, so why not underline your amazing style with the help of amazingly fashionable outfits that are a magnet for attention without being way to eccentric.
Holland created a very fun and flirty fashion collection through sheer materials, luxurious prints as well as stylish color combos. Apparently, teaming high waist pants and stylish shorts with sheer multi-tone shirts, pants with cool blazers and knee length dresses or opting for leather pants paired with mesh cropped tops worked super well, the collection attracting a generous amount of attention.
Prints are big this spring 2012 season, so it's no surprise that House of Holland opted to make the best out of prints by going big and diverse. Plaids, oversized leopard prints as well as snakeskin prints dominated the podium and emphasized the individuality of each design. Luxury prints look even hotter as they are paired with stylish soft pastel tones, colors that add a bit of warmth and accentuate the feminine allure of the collection.
Streetwise sexy could be the perfect word to describe Henry Holland's spring 2012 fashion collection, so if you're all about urban-chic designs that are destined to make a clear statement, turn your attention towards House of Holland collection and pick your best match.
Photos courtesy of WWD.com
Photographed by Giovanni Giannoni