Graphic prints, in your face edgy, embellished bomber jackets and tons of unique style, cameo is a label that needs to be showcased in order to fully describe how great it is.
Heavy fabrics yet soft and feminine, concept designs and direction prints are what they build from.
These two stylistas, Kathryn Forth, and Siham Elmawey are the minds behind the design.
“Each of Cameo’s 11 yearly collections are created around a central theme. This concept is teased out through the shapes, fabrication and design details of the garments. . “Every step of a garment’s creation involves directed artistic input,” says Head Designer Kathryn Forth. “From the drawing stage to blocking the pattern pieces, from developing the exclusive fabrication to designing the prints or artwork to grace the fabric.” The central theme is encapsulated by the beautiful lookbooks and campaign imagery which encompasses each collection.”
Here’s a small selection of what you can expect…
Paint Box Collection.
Broken Flowers Collection.
White Shadows Collection.
In The Deep Collection.
Wipe up that drool and head over to fashionbunker.com to shop the collections.
They’re sufficiently priced for the styles and designs (and fabrics) they sell. I’d say in the range of $100-$300 for the bulk of their pieces, give or take. You can also find their pieces on both Revolve and Shopbop.
(I’ve added Fashionbunker.com to the list of links to the right).