Bespoke printed pieces are the hardest to find.

Aside from your generic Chevrons, stripes and checks; you can hardly find any other  variety that bears an interesting signature print that would set it differently among the rest of the other labels.

Cristina Sabaiduc, a London-based womenswear designer have taken this challenge on a high-tech aesthetic approach. Collaborating with photographic artist Jo Holland, Cristina produced a line of clothing, accessories that comes with prints produced via analogue process.

This season remnants of packaging from around the studio, like bubble wrap, cello-tape, and plastic wrappers were distorted utilizing polarised lens. The palate is rich and effervescent in fine silks, tailored technical fabrics and luxurious thick jerseys. The shapes and fold these objects created also had an influence on the twist and folds constructed into the garments. (from the site)

The result comes forth with strong visual prints that makes a Cristina Sabaiduc piece a distinctive character among the rest of the other labels.

I am wearing her dress (backwards) from the Fall 15 collection here 🙂

Worn along my white sneakers and Chloe bag to give it a casual twist. The dress could also be transformed as a chic evening wear piece; simply add finer, delicate assessories and stilletto sandals and you’re good to go!

The pants’ bright display of digital prints work wonders against any neutral/basic top.

I chose to highlight them in my Fall favorite; turtleneck sweaters and threw in my signature wide-brimmed hat to give it a Bohemian twist.

Stack bangles and abstract jewelry to kick it up a notch.

Score these duds now by visiting cuevolution.com. These pieces are super limited, so be sure to snag them soon while you can! 😉

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