Granddaughter of Sigmund Freud created a collection
British designer with Austrian roots, granddaughter of the founder of psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud, Bella Freud is releasing another collaboration.
This time the designer cooperates with the brand J Brand. The capsule collection will include 25 wardrobe items for creating 10 images. Behind Bella Freud, you can see the joint collections with Christopher Kane and Simone Rosh.
«I’m very intrigued by Bella Freud’s work and the way she uses words in her collections. What a woman reads when she buys clothes can be used and call her herself. That’s why Bella Freud managed to create this incredible mix of art, fashion and provocative thinking», — Susie Krippen, creative director of J Brand.
To create a collection Bella Freud was inspired by her own line of knitted things. Laconic outfits from the British designer of the autumn 2017 season will go on sale on July 25.
«I’m so glad to be able to work with the king of denim – J Brand. Our joint collection will include sexy and seductive looks», — said Bella Freud.
«Everyone loves denim. In everyone’s life, the moment comes when you find the perfect jeans», — Bella Freud shared.
The designer said that there were so many fashionable moments in her life. The first time Bella Freud tried on jeans at school. The designer told that her school banned jeans, so her friend secretly carried them. Trying on her first jeans, Bella Freud was terribly worried and constantly wondered if she would look cool in jeans. It is children’s memories and inspired vintage models of denim with a high fit and wide leggings in the spirit of the 70’s.
In the collection for J Brand, enter the basic things according to Bella Freud. Jeans in the style of the 70’s, denim overalls and jackets, short skirts with large buttons, as well as an abundance of knitwear – cashmere jumper, pullover from Merino wool, and cotton t-shirts with ironic inscriptions.
«The girl in good, competently chosen jeans is similar to Venus Botticelli. This image can not bore either herself or the one who admires it», —explained the abundance of denim in the collection of Bella Freud.