Couture Fashion

Ada Zanditon’s Design Dualism


By Arwa Lodhi

What happens when a young girl grows up reading two totally different magazines: National Geographic and Vogue?

In the case of Ada Zanditon, the influences of these completely contrasting publications merged into one unique take on British fashion, simultaneously concerned with conserving the natural world and reshaping high fashion.

Zanditon’s sustainable designs, made in Earth-friendly materials for strong, urban women with an edge, has made her a perennial favourite at London Fashion Week’s Estethica, and this year’s Spring/Summer 14 collection was no exception.Screen-Shot-2013-09-30-at-12.24.26

On the runway, the designer showed contrasting pieces, ranging from dresses and swimwear (as seen above) in wildflower shades for daytime, to sophisticated  monochrome looks for night.

Be they flirty, feminine florals or slick, black frocks, as usual, Zandinton’s dualistic designs appealed to both girly girls and urban professionals; nature lovers and haute fashionistas–in short, all of us here at Eluxe.

To see our picks of Ada Zanditon’s SS14 nighttime looks, click through the slider below.

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