Queen Elizabeth I had a penchant for pairing John Lennon glasses with her Tudor ruff, and Henry VIII was secretly a bit of a handyman. That is, in the slightly surreal world of Fabitoria if not in the history books. Fabitoria (named of its designers, Fabiana and Victoria) create intriguing mashings of prints of things that might not naturally go together. And, courtesy a little craziness, these whimsical pieces are all the better.
Spring / summer 2013 introduces panelled skirts with hems shorter in front creating an interesting shape. But it’s really what’s on the skirts that counts the most: digital prints may be well and truly everywhere, but Fabitoria’s use of them is what makes the brand stand out. Henry VIII and his hammer are welcome in my wardrobe any time.
You can see all of the Fabitoria spring / summer 2013 collection by clicking on a thumbnail on the left. From there you can browse through each of the pictures from the collection.
Visit the Fabitoria website at fabitoria.blogspot.com.