Easy breezy

Chan­nelling the French Riviera with a twist, Hanane Ho­tait is an emerging la­bel that should be on your radar. It’s time­less, to­tally chic and has a cute amount of quirk­i­ness.

Bespoke - - STYLE - Writer: Na­dia Michel

 a rends con­stantly cer­tain come essence through and go, that time but flows in there’s wom­ens fash­ion be­neath all the pos­tur­ing its been around for­ever ever since women be­gan wear­ing skirts and tan­gled though in de­sign­ers it can at­tempts be­come to rein­vent the blurred wheel, fem­i­n­ity some­times, is at the crux of it. its of all a fab­ric a about cap­ti­vat­ing sil­hou­ette or en­cap­su­lat­ing the res­o­nance of a colour its also about the women who have beauty de­fined what it menas to be in beau­ti­ful the cre­at­ing the blue sheen print for our def­i­ni­tion of style sum­mer 2018 col­lec­tion oozes Paris-based sex ap­peal but in the most unas­sum­ing way. i love the riviera in Hanane the 1970, i can just pic­ture those women walk­ing Ho­tait’s about with their sun­glasses they are to­tally spring/ time­less and re­fined yet also care­free. they were the in­spi­ra­tion of my sum­mer col­lec­tion,” muses the de­signer.

Above: Hanane wears a Mia shirt, a sta­ple that she says she built her wardrobe around. She named it af­ter a friend and men­tor, Mia Hadji Touma, who she says pro­vided her with in­valu­able sup­port and guid­ance stem­ming from prior ex­pe­ri­ence at Valentino and Lager­feld.

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