At the heart of the collection are the hand-drawn prints, meticulously designed by Nathalie’s daughter, Felix. These prints lend the collection its distinctive character. Alongside the timeless monogram print, the current season showcases hand-drawn floral and botanical patterns. Delicate lotus flowers and gracefully waving leaves take centre stage, evoking a sense of natural beauty.
For the first time, the prints also pop up in the knitwear range. The two studios the Antwerp fashion house works with clearly pulled off the technical challenge of integrating the botanical patterns into their jumpers and scarves. These have gone on to become real eye-catchers within the collection.
The second technical dilemma this time was finding a way to incorporate the Nathalie Vleeschouwer monogram print into woven fabric, rather that printing it onto standard fabric. So-called ‘jacquards’ are an integral part of Nathalie Vleeschouwer's label, which has a long tradition of designing festive looks based on these lush fabrics. The result now comes in the shape of elegant kimono jackets that can take any outfit to the next level, whether you're going for a more formal and dressed-up look, or a more casual one.