Ethnic jackets are having a bit of a fashion moment – although personally we have always been fans of the eccentric textile lecturer look – and it’s all due to Isabel Marant, the queen of boho chic, who is known for her signature ethnic inspired jackets.
Printed cotton and silk jackets are great for those in between weather days, or summer evenings when you want to dress up your jeans and if you are a fan of this look, you might want to check out Lisa Taylors new range.
Lisa knows a thing or two about fashion and has 20 years experience in the fashion industry in high profile positions, such as a Buying director at Warehouse, Design director at Oasis and Brand director at Karen Millen and consultancy for several smaller independent brands.
Her latest venture brings together all her years experience and her love of travel, as well as a desire to create an ethically sourced, beautiful clothing range.
Lisa works with communities in India to bring her design concepts to life and in return connects the artisans with other markets to provide continued support and keep their ancient crafts and skills alive.
Lisa is also a friend of mine and understands how to design for grown up women who want style, over fast fashion trends.
Check out her online shop, which is continually updated – the below kaftans are perfect for summer holidays and a steal at £25.