Beauty & Fashion

A fusion of exquisite textures, quality fabrics and intricate detail

A fusion of exquisite textures, quality fabrics and intricate detail

Superdry excels with premium style in its latest SS17 Collection.

Bright bursts, shearling detail and summer-ready linings establish Superdry as the destination brand for holiday style. Adorned pieces, lux leather and artisan selvedge denim are statement looks with brand new hand-painted prints paramount throughout the collection.

For women, feminine prints and fresh colours dominate key looks with minimal branding, creating a sophisticated collection for women who appreciate quality detail. Elegant lace tops and skirts, kimonos, dresses, suede jackets and boho tassel boots and bags meld together to create the ultimate in Coachella festival style. Polka dot prints, nautical stripes, Bardot tops and scuba skirts are summer must haves while ditsy prints, crochet tops and flattering floral jumpsuits add a touch of prairie chic to the diverse collection. For a night on the town, slinky maxi dresses, sequin tops and midi and body-con silhouettes scream urban glam while brand new denim styles and washes offer a look for every occasion.

Swimwear is off the scale this season. Introducing a range of print and block colour bikinis and swimsuits with built-in cup support. Fluro-pop tops, draped knits, dip-dyed embroidery shorts and Hawaiian jumpsuits epitomise Palm Beach swagger. While mix and match bikini tops and bottoms in three vibrant colours and styles ensure ladies get the best shape and size for their poolside look.

The latest Sport Collection is this season’s must-have fitness look. Flattering and breathable hi-tech fabrics featuring the hottest colour trends assure a stylish look with professional performance. Designed with comfort in mind, bursts of fluro coral, purple and charcoal compliment the finest brushed soft-touch fabrics.

The men’s SS17 collection revolves around destination style. Key looks encompass classic preppy nautical navy, blues and reds, fused with neon and sun-kissed brights. Essentials are key this season with a style, shape and colour for every man’s wardrobe. T-shirts and sweats are all about Varsity sleeve stripes and oversized numbers in Superdry’s signature one-colour cracked print technique, alongside bright neons, oversized grits, nautical stripes and lightweight and lofted tees in baseball shapes and Sunkist hues. Preppy button down shirts and long sleeve granddad, Grindlesawn and bright tops add a touch of east coast class.

Military style is paramount in this season’s woven collections. Outerwear is all about the lightweight casual, with a military twist on bomber jackets complemented by cargo woven parachute style shorts and trousers in army greens and rich navies.

Slim leg and belted chinos in white and hued pastels paired with a cut collar neckline shirt in Oxford blues echoes the sophisticated swagger of the Hamptons.

Swimwear is all about Water Polo shorts in classic colours as well as neon and banana leaf prints. For a more laidback look, boardshorts with reflective print logos and branding in a spectrum of colours and printed effects take inspiration from 70’s California.

For more information please contact: gina@sinnamon.co.za

 

Get It Durban 25 September 2017

50 shades of Spring
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The Midlands Kitchen

Motorists driving the long slog of the N3 highway will soon have an exciting new stopping point that’s promising to deliver a taste sensation.

 

Durbs: can you handle all the heroes?

The Color Run is back! In 2017, it’s bringing The Superhero Tour to Durban’s shores. Strap on your capes – it’s gonna get colourful.

 

October Spoil

Time for a classic, and oh-so-beautiful, timepiece.

 

Sense by Hollandia

A sense of wonder for the bedroom.

 

Ashwin Singh’s drama ‘To House’ returns to The Playhouse

The Singh Siblings in association with The Playhouse Company present a new production of award-winning playwright Ashwin Singh’s To House. First staged at The Playhouse in 2006, it runs in the Drama Theatre from 5 to 7 October 2017. One of Durban’s best known international theatre pieces, it remains as relevant now as it was a decade ago, with South Africa’s continuing racial divisions and increasing class conflicts.

 

Top tips on how to prepare sirloin

Food Lovers Hillcrest owner, Gilbert Rocha together with butcher and chef, Gancho Petrov, have you covered for national Braai Day and Heritage Month with these expert tips on how to prepare their favourite cut of meat, aged sirloin.

 

Quarters Breakfast Giveaway

A full Breakfast for 4 people to the value of R700.00 to be enjoyed at the Quarters Café, Quarters Hotel Florida Road.

 

September Spoil

“I have too much stationery” – said no one ever.

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