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Forget muted tones and sleek silhouettes, this spring designers are opting for maximalism, and the bolder and brighter the better. One of our favourite takes on the trend comes from Colombian designer Johanna Ortiz and luxury online retailer mytheresa.com. The pair have collaborated to create a statement nine-piece capsule collection sold exclusively at mytheresa.com


Known for contrasting vibrant, festive design with flattering and creative shapes, Johanna looked to the stylish city of Cartagena for the collection’s inspiration. ‘For me, Cartagena is visual poetry,’ says Johanna. ‘The essence of the place is a conductor of creative energy and inspiration. It is the hometown of magical realism.’ 

Oversized polka dots on silk, voluminous ruffles and striking tropical prints are the focus of this collection with thigh-high splits and deep V-neck styles adding extra flair. The collection includes maxi dresses, statement tops, swimsuits and kimonos - perfect for brightening up your wardrobe for SS18. 

Whether you’re jetting off to warmer climes, getting festival-ready for Coachella this month or simply looking to maximise your new-season wardrobe, this exclusive collection inspired by sunny Spanish resorts is the one you’ve been waiting for. 

Want to see more? Head to our gallery for inspiration and shop the capsule collection from our edit below... 

The collection launches globally on mytheresa.com from April 11 2018. 

In partnership with mytheresa.com.

IMAGE CREDITS: mytheresa.com

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La designer colombienne Johanna Ortiz, connue pour ses imprimés maximalistes et ses robes qui ferment rêver Frida Khalo, vient de lancer une collection capsule exclusive avec Mytheresa. 


Volants à gogo, pois oversizes et imprimés tropicaux, on retrouve tout l'univers de Joanna Ortiz et on se rêve en héroïne latina sous les pavés de Cartagena.

Une collection haute en couleur, festive et sensuelle, pour jouer les séductrices cet été où que vous partez. 

Découvrez la collection et shoppez vos favoris ! 

En partenariat avec Mytheresa

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Oriane Pierrès
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Now that you know what to do for#ff0000"> St. Patrick’s day, it’s time to think about your outfit. 

The easiest way to express your festive spirit would be to pile on rainbows and shamrocks mixed with shades of green and gold. The result … a Saint Patrick’s day cliché rather than the inherently trendy person that you are.

This year, bold colours are back, a trend seen on the runway at Marni, Christopher Kane and Balenciaga. We’ve rounded up the best outfit ideas you’ll want to wear after St. Paddy’s Day celebrations are over! Here are a few trendy tips to start the Spring season off right:

GO FOR A SUIT

Suits come in basic colours like grey and black, but it’s time to change it up a little and own your look ! Try a full teal outfit with touches of gold to brighten up your look.

MIX AND MATCH

Prints are everywhere this year and we like them mixed up. Try different print patterns and have fun with your wardrobe!

GO CHIC

If you’re not feeling too adventurous, opt for a nice skater dress for a cosy evening out.

ACCESSORIZE

Think big earrings, vibrant shoes, and a Pop Art-inspired clutch. You don’t have to go full on green to own the night.

SHADES OF GREEN

There is no risk of a fashion faux-pas when it comes to green. This is the perfect time to experiment with its different shades: emerald, teal, pale green, kaki...

From vivid green boots and pleated skirts to an elegant suit, we promise your St. Patrick’s day will be stylish all over again.

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The disco ball-esque dress was well loved over Christmas. It is a classic getup for the festive party season. Personally I hate to let go of the glitter as we bring in the new year - and I very rarely do. That's why I was overly excited as the Paco Rabanne models hit the runway. This look is beautiful. It oozes glitz in the large silver embellishments chained down the dress. The baby blue is perfect to offset this metallic shine. I also love that underneath the metal in a crisp shirt. It's much smarter than its costume yet they work so well together. The metal is a fusion of metal masculinity and feminine glamour, emphasised by the floral detailing on the shirt collar. The festivities continue. Image: Indigital

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corina bello
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The outfit of Valentine's Day can be simple, casual, elegant or festive. Beyond what you wear, what matters most is that you feel good. You must show your partner security when you appear in front of him or her. This way you will enjoy not only how you look but also the attitude you take on this particular day.Have a look at our gallery for more inspiration!Credits: Pinterest

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The red carpet is glistening this weekend as we see the stars come out for the Critics' Choice Awards. One of my favourite looks so far has to be Angelina Jolie's Ralph & Russo dress. Feathers have not been left in the festive season. Jolie stuns in muted shades and the slit up the side adds that extra glamour. Image: Vogue

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Move over ‘Dry January’, it’s all about Veganuary this year judging by the column inches and social media hashtags. As in going completely animal-free for the whole month and thankfully vegan alcohol isn't hard to find so there’s no need to give up your favourite tipple either. The reported benefits are pretty awesome: kickstarting a healthier lifestyle following an indulgent festive period, reducing the risk of heart disease and diabetes, cutting out cholesterol and lowering your blood pressure according to the website. And there are the animals themselves, of course; if there is less demand for animal products- food and clothes, then their suffering and supply should theoretically decrease. It’s also better for the environment as you’ll reduce your greenhouse gas emissions- released by farmed animals- more than you would by giving up your car if you drive. No wonder people are taking the plunge, especially now there are amazing vegan restaurants and products available- as it won’t necessary cost you any more. Beyonce did it, Made in Chelsea's Lucy Watson is doing it and so can you. 


To be honest, though, nothing beats the smell of cooking bacon or the texture and taste of a perfectly cooked steak. No matter how ‘real’ the fake meat is. And if you’re doing this to drop a few pounds, be mindful that you don’t fall into the comfort carb or chocolate trap as sometimes vegetables may not be filling enough. More cooking time may be needed, as well as carrying snacks to keep you on track if you happen to be somewhere that doesn’t have a vegan option. It’s worth doing some nutrition research to ensure you’ll be getting the vitamins and minerals you need in lieu of the ones that occur in animal products. Finally, if you’re are going animal-free then your mindset should probably feed into your wardrobe and makeup bag as well. That means no real leather at all, head to toe. Or wool and fur. When it comes to beauty- mink eyelashes are out or any products containing dairy, honey or beeswax too. Which may mean relegating some of your go-to outfits and products for the month or buying some new ones.  

Here are our ready-to-shop vegan food, fashion and beauty edits to get you started if you’re doing it. 

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Celebrating the start of a new year is the perfect excuse to abuse the brightness. It does not matter if you are shy or risky: a touch of the right product can turn any simple look, and you can go from a normal to a festive one very easily.Have a Look at our gallery for more inspiration. Credits: Pinterest

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M.J Ortega
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When I saw this coat the only thing I could think of was Christmas. The red, green, blue and purple colours in the pattern just look so festive. And if you're a Christmas kid at heart, this is the perfect coat to pair with your day to day pieces and still have a little holiday spirit in your everyday life. Would you wear it? Photo Credit: @whowhatwear on Twitter #holidayseries #AW17 #coat #fashion #trend

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Isabelle Herring
This coat is so perfect!
Alya Barutoğlu
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Bling up your shoes for party night! Truly the biggest party of the year is New Year's Eve. If you found the perfect dress but couldn't find the most glamorous pair of shoes to match your outfit, you can check out the shoes that fit the festive season. Not just heels! Some jewelled flats would also fit the New Years vibe without torturing your feet! #heels #newyearseve #newyear #party #festive

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Morgan Blanks
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Merry Christmas! What could be more festive than tartan? #christmas #tartan #red Credit: British Vogue

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Hattie Cotmore
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Fearne Cotton is not a stranger to my feed. I love her quirky, effortless style. Fearne can literally throw on anything and I mean anything, and look great. This is what Fearne has named on her Instagram (@fearnecotton) 'festive mess'. I love the fact that she has clashed patterns and colours from the jacket to socks. A mess maybe, but a stylish one.

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Isabelle Herring
I absolutely love Fearne's style!
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