We Love: Mayiet S/s 2017

Maiyet Spring 2017. Image MAIYET

Maiyet Spring 2017. Image MAIYET

Designed after creative director Declan Kearney stepped down in June, Maiyet’s Spring 2017 collection is a surprisingly great offering of luxurious, effortlessly elegant clothes that can be worn time and time again with ease.

Maiyet Spring 2017. Image MAIYET

Maiyet Spring 2017. Image MAIYET

This collection stays true to Maiyet’s commitment to celebrate, support and collaborate with artisans from around the world, by creating eye catching and beautiful garments with a global accent. Constructed with embroideries from Mumbai, block prints from Jaipur, knits from Bolivia, cashmere from Mongolia and ethically- sourced Egyptian cotton, the results were unique and beautiful, with sumptuous textures and gorgeously rich colours.

Maiyet Spring 2017. Image MAIYET

Maiyet Spring 2017. Image MAIYET

Designed around a custom made textured fabric from Varanasi, the collection was all about making the act of dressing an enjoyable experience. Body skimming silks, organic cotton and cozy cashmere all played a big part in the offering, which paired comfortable cuts and rich neutral colours, making clothing that customers would kill for.

Maiyet Spring 2017. Image MAIYET

Maiyet Spring 2017. Image MAIYET

The prominent and tactile luxury of the collection, paired with its timeless look, made for an offering that would appeal to those who want elegant, easy- to- wear garments that transition seamlessly from day to night.

Maiyet Spring 2017. Image MAIYET

Maiyet Spring 2017. Image MAIYET

Our favourites: a pink slipdress with an embroidered mesh overlay, a pair of outsize embroidered silk trousers with a draped waistline, a fil coupé column gown with a drawstring waist, a wrap waist jacket in nude silk, a white intarsia cotton and organza shirt, an embroidered organza camisole and a black intarsia silk slipdress.

Xx – Ana

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