Discover our edit of unmissable new brands in store at Fenwick of Bond Street, featuring Veronique Branquinho’s streamlined silhouettes, Nili Lotan’s minimalist elegance and Maison Kitsuné’s unique savoir-faire.
New York brand Nili Lotan was conceived with a poetic duality in mind: strong and soft, sexy and androgynous, delicate and resistant.
The brand’s design philosophy is pure and sophisticated. A woman's wardrobe should reflect her lifestyle and function as an extension herself.
The Nili Lotan AW17 collection embodies minimalist elegance. Explore lightly structured pieces crafted from rich fabrics with sleek tailoring on the second floor.
Nili Lotan moss green silk skirt, £675
Nili Lotan cheyenne sweater, £590
Free and determined to go her own way, Belgium designer Veronique Branquinho contrasts modernity with a vintage feel in her collections.
There are recurring elements in her work that are recognisable at first sight: streamlined silhouettes and subtle detailing. Pleats that create a unique concertina effect, punctuated by refined embroidery, add the finishing touches to Veronique Branquinho's aesthetic. Discover the AW1 collection on the second floor.
Veronique Branquinho light grey dress £1,200
Veronique Branquinho green dress £1,000
Led by Gildas Loaëc, the former manager of French electronic music duo Daft Punk, and architect Masaya Kuroki, Maison Kitsuné is sought after for its unerringly cool designs.
In Japan, the duo came together to oversee the production of Daft Punk’s anime film Interstella 5555, and ended up developing the concept for Kitsuné: a one-of-a-kind brand that combines their two interests: fashion and music.
Channelling tradition and modernity, comfort and simplicity, chic and laid-back, the collection feature a daring mix of colours, prints and materials. Maison Kitsuné is arriving in store soon.
Maison Kitsuné Navy blue coat, £750
Maison Kitsuné City print dress, £390
Maison Kitsuné Jacket, £440
To purchase any of the above now, please call the Fenwick of Bond Street Personal Shopping Service on 0207 409 9825.