1970’s glamour, disco and New York nightlife. (Henry Holland described his inspirations for Spring in the House of Holland)
Bold colors like vivid green and blue made a statement in this collection, also marked by lots and lots of fringes, whether in little details or falling as a second skirt. No wonder why the collection is called Something With a Fringe on Top. Unfortunately, at least to me, I thought the pieces with fringes were the less interesting ones, because they sometimes grazed the bad taste.
Just like the printed stars in dresses and playsuits.
On the other side, pleated skirts were definitely my favorite pieces. They’re fun and, at the same time, they have this high-school cheerleader vibe.
The dress from the right expresses the exact vibe designer Henry Holland wanted to impress in his collection. It is a perfect 70’s dress, with a great disco sense, but of course, it’s golden!