Need a new outfit for that event you've been invited to? We've got you covered
Your diary is getting fuller by the minute with all of the weddings, birthdays, christenings, anniversaries and parties you have been invited to this year, but whatever will you wear? Look no further because we have all of the best occasion wear waiting for you to celebrate in style.
Well-priced, easy to wear, flirty silhouettes made from beautifully crafted, laser cut lace is what Self-Portrait has to offer and is everything you need. The brand was established in 2013 by Central Saint Martins graduate, Han Chong, whose aim is to provide attainable fashion which is showcased through an exquisite range of feminine high-quality pieces using luxury fabrics. In 7 years, the brand has sky rocketed to success with a cult following of fashion lovers and celebrities including Miranda Kerr, Reese Witherspoon, Jordan Dunn and Jennifer Lopez. Our latest collection from Self-Portrait features floral and sequin embellished lace, feminine cuts, tiered designs and a perfect colour palette of forest green, teal and navy combos, classic black and rosy red.
London-based designer, Hannah Weiland, explains perfectly what her brand is all about: “Shrimps plays with colour and texture, and has a very British sense of humour.” She took the Fashion world by storm in 2013 after being one of the first designers to start a conversation within the industry about cruelty free fashion bu using faux fur in a new way. With a background in History of Art and a diploma in Surface Textile Design from the London College of Fashion, Weiland takes her inspiration from her trips around the world, the witticisms of modern art and a playful engagement with pattern and texture. The brand is renowned for its pretty pearl accessories, in particular the variety of bags she creates every season for her Ready to Wear collections which are the perfect accessory for any special occasion you have coming up.
Mary Alice Malone’s initial talent and craftsmanship in furniture-making, welding, carpentry and upholstery led her to the design of shoes when she started a course at London College of Fashion and finally launch a brand of her own. She designs in an architectural principle rather than being led by trends, prioritising the quality of the footwear rather than how popular the style will be. Her focus is to adhere to the needs of the woman wearing the shoe, creating a range of styles and colours including sharp stilettos, audacious laces and the use of buttery suede. Our collection at Bernard ranges from metallic flats, snakeskin mules, lace-up heels and chunky heel slip-ons, so whatever type of shoe woman you are, we have you covered.