As Escada celebrates its 40th anniversary, the brand took to New York Fashion Week for the first time to reveal its SS19 collection. The collection which was showcased on a maze-shaped runway composed of moss had a line of outfits with bright colours and bold patterns that gave off a strong 1980s working girl vibe.
The collection which was inspired mostly by Julia Robert’s iconic persona in Pretty Woman, features two pieces, racing-horse-prints, shoulder-padded blazers and matching mules with logo mania at their forefront. The brand’s new Global Design Director Niall Sloan designed a new emblem for the brand and this could be seen across clothes as a recurring motif, on belts, bags and more.
A look at our favourite pieces from the collection…
Photo credit: Vogue.com
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