Rebooted to critical acclaim under the direction of Lolita Jacobs, Sébastian Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant, André Courrèges space-age ‘60s brand took the fashion world by storm when it launched its Spring/Summer 2016 collection last year.
What's the trio's secret to success? Their stripped-down reinterpretation of the iconic Courrèges classics including knit bodysuits, jackets, skirts and trousers had the clean lines of the charming '60s fashion house, updated for a 21st century audience. We're thrilled to see the return of the brand's familiar jacket in a crinkly patent, alongside 60s miniskirts, A-line shifts, and short trousers in materials such as patchwork leather and sueded.
Until 18th May, Courrèges will be playing host to an exclusive Liberty takeover, in-store and online with a pop-up installation showcasing the Spring/Summer 2016 collection and housing an additional 16 styles chosen by Courrèges’ style director, Lolita Jacobs in a meeting of minds that we're incredible excited about.
Speaking to Liberty in an interview, Lolita Jacobs said: "The selection at Liberty is so clever; Courrèges brings a feeling of temporality as well as freshness to the fashion floor." We couldn't agree more.
|What||Back to the '60s: Courrèges Liberty take-over|
|Where||Liberty, Regent Street, London, W1B 5AH | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Oxford Circus (underground)|
04 May 16 – 18 May 16, 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
|Website||Click here for more information|