Wednesday, March 9, 2011

CUE:DION LEE

I really hope you all remember Dion Lee... The first collection I saw from him -on Tommy Ton's blog Jak & Jil- really blew me away (this was his spring/summer 2010 collection). The colours, the pleating, the cuts, volumes,...

But what I actually wanted to show you is his recent collaboration with Australian Store Cue. It offers the same sensational designs (although more subdued and a little less futuristic than his personal collection), but this really shows what a genius designer he is. In short: I'm in luuurve.

More info+pictures here
(ooooh how I wish I lived anywhere near Australia... I'd snatch up about half of this collection if I could!)













All pictures from Fashionising

10 comments:

BRIE ET CHAR said...

Thanks! I'll def check it all out tomorrow! This blog is beautiful! So lovely and inspiring! And i really really want that first dress now ;) xxx

Tamia said...

Ohhh, this is right up my style alley. Architectural menswear in asymmetrical cuts? Yes, please!

Tamia
TheStyleSample

Barcelonette (c) said...

Oh great post!!

Steph said...

I do remember him! I believe it was Sonny Vandevelde who first told me about him, but you're right, those Tommy pics were brilliant as well.

But I have to admit I had lost track of him, and I'm SO glad you put him back on my radar. That dress. It kills me.

Jessie said...

It's definitely one of the better high street/designer collaborations. The jackets and trenches are amazing, really great cuts and fabrics.

Miss Daisy Chain said...

this is such an awsome collab...that trench dress is beautiful! and i love the shape of things, this will easily suit all shapes of women. beautiful absolutely beautiful

DiscoVery said...

Everything is gorgeous!

yiqin; said...

Pretty :)

A line said...

So good :) !

http://a-line-fashion.blogspot.com/

Rachel said...

I read a feature on their collab and I have to agree, it's pretty much amazing. Pity how I live in Australia but still cannot afford all of this!!

 

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