Bravo Atelier, a British-Angolan fashion brand has put out another chic collection inspired by a part of the artificiality and excessive refinement of the 19th century referred to as Dandyism and the transience and imperfection of the Japanese aesthetic view known as wabi-sabi.
According to Bravo Atelier, the pieces from the collection are all ethically produced with rare handloom brocade, satin, linen and velvet fabric. Featuring easy to wear skirts, shorts and shirts, the collection is made up of simple wardrobe staples in rich designs that will make you want to upgrade your basics.
The brand definitely makes casual dressing look so appealing and the focus on brocade provides an earthy richness to the collection that we love. The brand has perfected the art of embracing Wabi Sabi, a world view centered on the acceptance of transience and imperfection, all our suits are handcrafted one at a time.
The aesthetic Japanese aesthetic is famously known as one of beauty that is imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete. Inspired by this art of imperfection, the type of aesthetic we aim for at Bravo Atelier includes asymmetry, roughness, simplicity, austerity, modesty, intimacy, and appreciation of the ingenuous integrity of natural objects and processes.
A look at what the collection offers…
The brand also released a video with to go along with the lookbook…
Brand: @bravoatelier | www.bravoatelier.co
For the latest in fashion, lifestyle and culture, follow us on Instagram @StyleRave_
A passionate writer, self proclaimed chef and lover of music and dance. In my world, it's nothing but sunshine and rainbows. At Style Rave, we aim to inspire our readers by providing engaging content to not just entertain but to inform and empower you as you ASPIRE to become more stylish, live smarter and be healthier. Follow us on Instagram @StyleRave_ ♥