18 December 2012

Label crush: Sally Scott

Autumn Winter 2012  from Sally Scott
When I saw this morning the post on amazing Drifter & the Gypsy featuring one of the past collections of Sally Scott, I was wondering how come I've never heard of it and I just had to found out who is this Sally Scott. I was assured it’s some new French label, but Sally Scott is label of Japanese clothing and textile designer Akira Minagawa who is well known for his clothing line Mina Perhonen. Sally is imaginary girl dressed up in perfect charming layered ensembles that are influenced by Nouvelle Vague. Except pieces look extremely well tailored, what made me to fall in love with Sally Scott are all the pretty prints and patterns that Minagawa is designing himself. And when the words of portrayal are chic librarians, 1960s new wave and romantic countryside girls, we are ready to fly to another continent.
Konnichiwa Sally Scott! (Unfortunately, there's no stockist in Europe or USA. *cry*)

6 comments:

moira said...

their catalogue is beautiful! The Japanese are so good at reinterpreting 'european' (for lack of better words) styles, love their romantic vision.
thanks for sharing and for the blog recommendation! x

Ivana Džidić said...

interesting clothes, I like how it is a bit unusal with that geek vibe going on---great post:)

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Katie Frank said...

oh my, so many amazing stufg *_* i feel like i was in heaven <3
http://coeursdefoxes.blogspot.com/

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