(all three images from WWD.com)
(image via bittersweetcolours.blogspot.com)
I recently fell in love with SAUNDER. The spring 2014 collection is sharp, downtown and modern yet earthy, tomboyish yet subtly feminine. It's one of the most effortless to work statement style into your wardrobe this spring, with pieces like the off-the-shoulder bone-print dress - not to mention how flattering its impeccable tailoring is.
Last week, designer Emily Saunders debuted the gorgeous film she created with filmmaker Ross Weinberg, called "Aren't Women Wonderful?" According to the line's PR house, it was "inspired by a Jazz Age song of the same name by Sophie Tucker, an early feminist homage to the strength of women." It concentrates on adventurous women discovering ancient curios and survey territory - an archaeological dig that ties in the prehistoric, safari-inspired undertones of the collection with the modern, urban setting the pieces will be worn in.
Check the video out here!
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