/Sookyoung Song AW18/

The latest autumnal collection to hit Design Centre’s floor this week is Sookyoung Song’s cutting-edge fall collection. Sookyoung Song’s AW18 collection is undeniably daring, with its modern edgy themes contrasted alongside a vivacious colour palette. Think daring monochrome capes, leather cut-outs, plum tones as well as daring houndstooth prints, this collection is a contemporary breath of fresh air to enliven your wardrobe this winter.


Capes have been spotted on almost every catwalk for Autumn 2018. From Dior to Dolce and Gabbana, we can see that this evolving trend is prevailing and is not going away anytime soon. Sookyoung Song’s take on the cape in her AW18 collection incorporates heavy buckled belts, leather detailing’s and softer poncho styles to make this trend wearable for the everyday woman.

Houndstooth Print

Houndstooth, which is now recognised as one of the most popular prints in the fashion sphere, originated from humble beginnings in the Scottish low lands in the 19th Century. However, houndstooth was brought back in with a bang in the sixties, incorporating the monochrome print into a-line mini dresses worn by fashions icons including Twiggy to name but a few. This undeniably solidified this print as an undying trend in the fashion realm. Sookyoung Song incorporates leather, bardot necklines and flared hems to make this look very on trend for this season.

The Daisy Dress

Design Centre’s top pick from this incredible AW18 collection has to be this incredibly versatile as well as form fitting ‘Daisy’ dress. It comes in a myriad of colours; from plum purple to light beige and royal blue, this dress is certain to suit any skin tone. It’s clever design of the tied detailing at the waist gives room to be comfortable and wearable for any occasion, whether it be a winter wedding or a work event- We adore this dress!

All pieces from Sookyoung Song AW2018 collection are now available in-store. For more details on this collection, pop into us on the top floor of Powerscourt Townhouse Centre on South William Street.


-Design Centre Team.

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