Today I bring you the best looks from Isa Arfen ready to wear Spring-Summer season's collection. Label's designer Serafina Sama was inspired by 1960's photos of society women on vacation, David Hockney's paintings of Palm Springs holiday vibes. She offers its clients urban touches, as well as pop colors and prints. I personally find this collection to be very optimistic, charming, straightforward and playful. The color palette comes with candy-store inspired hues. The key looks include bright vinyl coats, zip-front raffia-fringed A-line skirts, raw linen capes, waxed cotton trenches, raffia fringe skirts, sleeveless silk button-downs, two-piece dresses, etc. All in all Isa Arfen clothes are full of details, and modern touches.
Here we see red and green color two-piece dresses worn with statement, square-oversized sunglasses and pointed-toe white shoes.
That's a sweet light-green collarless cape-coat with front zip worn with white, lace pants:
Here we see a loose-fit, cream beige trench with shortened-sleeves worn with minimal style ensemble and salmon red leather shoes:
That's what I call dramatic look, here we see a black outfit, which includes black pants and a shirt with giant pouf sleeves hanging off the shoulders:
That's an impressive light-grey cape-coat worn with fringed, tailored black trousers and styled with peep-toe mules:
This outfit reminds me of a sport style trend. We see a collarless, scuba jacket worn atop Peter Pan collar shirt tucked in high-waisted A-line skirt with front zip:
Here we see a belted, wrap tailored vest paired with capri trousers:
The geometric print, spaghetti strap, shapeless gown is ideal for loud and fun parties:
Two models appear in colorful geometric print ensembles. Try these pieces for an open-air semi-formal event or special friends party:
That's a fun, casual pantsuit in the same bright geometric print:
I love this light brown, long cape-coat with patch pockets and statement buttons, which is worn with black, lace trousers: