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Designers profile: Steve J & Yoni P

  Wednesday 1st February 2012

Since graduating from prestigious fashion and design college Central St Martins in London, Steve J and Yoni P have joined forces to create their gorgeous range of ladies wear and accessories. They have previously been awarded the sought-after ‘One to watch’ title by Vogue and have graced the covers of a vast array of international glossy magazines. Steve J & Yoni P have also been asked to share ideas and inspirations for a number of high profile collaborations with the likes of Topshop, L’Oreal and Showstudio.

These are a just few of my favourites from Steve & Yoni’s new Spring/Summer 2012 collection. They piece together bleached or white denim with contrasting floral prints and muted tie-dye patterns. The result is feminine and playful, yet practical enough for everyday wear.

Usually a fashion no-no, Steve J & Yoni P have teamed their flirty, floral, day dresses and distressed denim hot pants with socks and sandals in their lookbook for this season, which adds a real sense of cutesy, girlish fun to their collection.

This floral print hooded raincoat is definitely my favourite piece and I’m currently just wondering how many festivals I could realistically fit into one summer, as I would really want to show it off!

The Steve J & Yoni P flagship store is in Korea and unfortunately there is only one stockist over here in the UK, where you can buy from: My Village Bicycle, an online boutique. However, the Spring/Summer collection will soon be available on their official online store, by clicking here.

You can also visit the website here to check out their previous collections.

Nicole Morley


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