This spring, consumers are seeking quality pieces with an artisan connection when it comes to their style choices. Prop stylist Danny Ross curates a selection of hand-crafted, heritage and heirloom quality accessories and furniture pieces – timeless additions to your home. When it comes to sartorial selections, stylist Jessica Clark urges everyone to embrace colours – including pink and yellow, two of the season’s hottest shades – and to mix feminine, delicate patterns with strong textures for visual interest.
MaryKatrantzouis a Greek designer known for her bold,colourfulprints. The pantsuit featured is a consignment piece from Swish Vintage. “It’s a walking art piece,” says stylist Jessica Clark. Fashion trend: bomber jackets and athleisure Fashion trend: lace, floral and beaded embellishments
“Don’t be afraid of wearing pattern,” says Clark. “Traditionally men wear solid colours with a floral tie, whereas now, you can mix that up.” “Yellow is everywhere this season – bold, bright tropical colours are huge.” -Jessica Clark “In home accessories, I see a move away from a D.I.Y. aesthetic, moving towards more expertly crafted design objects. Mouth-blown glass, hand-embroidered cushions and studio pottery are all highly desired,” says Ross.