A collection of pieces for the young, fun and adventurous! Feminine prints, in bright happy pastel colours provide a perfect canvas for simple, stylish and classy garments that are truly one of a kind. Not restricted to any particular age group, this is a collection for people who are simply young at heart!
K.Kristina’s SS’15 collection uses a single shape, in this case a square to create a variety of patterns and motifs. It explores the idea of how an object when looked at from different angles or perspectives appears to be something entirely different. This concept doesn’t just hold true to objects and things, but also to situations in life.
Look at things from different perspectives; it always makes life more interesting!
K.Kristina’s Autumn/Winter 2015 collection is soft, subdued and completely monochromatic. It brings together the extremes; light and dark, high and low, flat and textured. Each colour in the colour palette is explored from the two ends of the spectrum, either in the form colour, print or embellishment.
Somewhere in between it perfectly balances.
A relaxing afternoon surrounded by your closest friends, sipping on some warm tea accompanied with the most delicious macaroons. Vintage Tea Party is all about slowing it down and enjoying life's simple pleasures. Conversations, nostalgia and a celebration of the people you cherish and are glad to have in your life.
Feminine silhouettes, and hints of inspiration from the 1930’s K.Kristina's Spring/Summer ’16 Collection is full of frills, flounces and flares!
Much like the name suggests K.Kristina's Autumn/Winter ’16 Collection is about embracing the basics. Fuss free, chic silhouettes in a combination of classic Black & White with hints of sparkle.
This is a collection of wardrobe must haves, drawing inspiration from the kind of lifestyle we as women have today. Constantly on the go, with the desire to look our best at all times. These pieces are sure to help you achieve flawless elegance, effortlessly.
A collection of pieces inspired by the numerous hours we spend waiting at a traffic light. The waiting takes your imagination to different places and you tend to observe the sights around you more closely.
The sights that stood out and stuck with me, were those of the cotton candy men, who’d run to you the moment the light turns red eager to empty their sticks of all those pink fluffy bags of sweet sticky candy. The stray balloon, stuck in a tree having been let go off by a restless child. Balloons tend to bring a simple happiness to people, one that is almost unexplainable.
A combination of these colours against clear blue skies, painted a beautiful palette, one against which I could day dream endlessly.