//SS 2017 Fashion Trends – Interview with a designer

SS 2017 Fashion Trends – Interview with a designer

On our latest post we chose for you the hottest SS 2017 fashion trends to get inspired by and welcome spring in the most stylish way. The first hints of the warm weather indicate that it’s finally time to slip into light-weight, airy fabrics and embrace the trends with grace. And who could show us the way better than a fashion expert? Maria from “The KNLs” * reveals the perfect picks for a flawless, on-trend transition into the new season and gives us all the tips that will effortlessly take you from city street to seaside edgy dressing.

Let the sunshine in and give your wardrobe a spring update!

 

Greekchichandmades: Describe us the most dominant spring summer 2017 fashion trends

The KNLs: Summer has to do with breezy, flawless fabrics, colors and tan! For SS2017 The KNLs Collection is all about natural fabrics like modal, cotton and linen and the colors are from neutral like terracotta and whites up to custom prints, hand-designed by us!

 

 

 

 

 

GCH: Give us your advice about the shoes which pair perfectly with the top 2017 fashion trends.

The KNLs: During summer we always love to wear all-day outfits! The essential sandals for Greek summer are the gladiator braided in nude color by greekchichandmades.

 

 

 

 

 

GCH: How would you incorporate these spring/summer 2017 fashion trends in an office look?

The KNLs: The Mayfair dress from The KNLs is the real deal! Asymmetrical and flawless!  Also the Sierra eyelet top with the Jaggies trousers from modal fabric is the best showcase!

 

 

 

 

GCH: Which key pieces of the top 2017 fashion trends would you choose for a morning walk in the city?

The KNLs: Rise dress comes in three colours and is a timeless fashion trend!

GCH: Color trends 2017. Give us the leaders in the spring/summer fashion color palette.

The KNLs: Everything that has to do with pastel in natural color! We have it in three hues: blush, terracotta and akai!

 

GCH: According to the 2017 fashion forecast which would be the spring/summer essentials for a night out?

The KNLs: Maxi dresses, inspired by the ancient greek philosophy in a fresh, fashion forward  way, like The KNLs Moor dress or Perpetua in silk.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GCH: Summer fashion trends 2017: how can we take on the hottest trends at our vacation on an island?

The KNLs: Simple! Try a silk kaftan-dress like Airborn or a tunic like Shutter over the amazing denim shorts “My lobster”.

 

 

 

 

GCH:Which are the so-hot-right-now accessories to complete our 2017 spring/summer looks?

The KNLs: Hoops and tassels can be incorporated in our outfits, either on jewellery or hats, shoes and belts!

 

* The KNLs is a fashion lifestyle brand with a complete collection of ready-to-wear that can fit in your wardrobe. The designs reveal a ladylike yet playful spirit with clean lines, volumes and geometrical cuts. Inspired by every-day life and people’s real needs, these special designs add value by upgrading and providing stand-out looks to everyone wearing them. You can mix and match them and create your own styled bespoke outfit, as they will seem unique.

The girls behind the brand are Maria and Danae Kanellopoulou, who started their first collection in Spring 2013, after their studies and Master’s degrees in the fields of e-Business Management and International Economics in their effort to express their true need for idiosyncratic fashion, real quality, stand-alone styles and creative lines. With professional background as a Fashion Buyer in Attica department stores and as e-Commerce Manager for a fashion e-shop in the biggest Media Group in Greece, Maria complemented Danae’s first designs. With emphasis on patterns and fabrics, their perception on Minimalistic designs, geometric cuts and structured items came to realization.

Discover more of The KNL’s amazing work at www.theknls.com.  

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By | 2017-04-28T15:35:44+00:00 April 28th, 2017|Style|

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