Holly Hastie launches debut summer collection
Brand’s second collection features a mix of fresh cotton dresses and separates.
By Laura Turner
17 June 2015
Following its successful launch for a/w 15, British girlswear label Holly Hastie is launching its debut summer collection this season.
Available for girls aged 2-9 years, highlights include cotton cashmere knits, denim and white broderie anglaise dresses teamed with neon trims, prints and Italian fabrics in neon shades.
Designed and developed in Great Britain, Holly Hastie offers practical, easy-to-wear pieces combining the high-quality European fabrics and cotton cashmere knits together with attention to design detail. All garments are machine washable.
Holly Hastie, the designer of the eponymous brand, has spent 20 years in the fashion industry designing womenswear for British and European brands such as Jigsaw. British heritage clothing is a key influence on her designs, with quality and comfort also paramount.
Holly Hastie’s s/s 16 collection will be available to view at Bubble London on 12-13 July at the Business Design Centre, Islington.
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