I.CODE by IKKS is the younger line of IKKS and covers more or less the same trends. The collection has a nice contrast though. It's kind of a mixture of boyish (straw fedora hat, a blazer and boyfriend jeans) and girly looks (floral dresses with ruches).
Nathan Baume again brings us gorgeous classic bags for spring/summer. The models come in really nice colors like blue, coral red, mint green and yellow. My favorite model is the one pictured above. It's a very classic model that kinds of reminds me of the Hermès Birkin bag. I love how the decoration lock is made to look like a bow.
Exit has a wonderful selection of ballerina's in all colors of the rainbow with different embellishments: bows, jewels,.. and different fabrics: suede, leather,...
Fun fact: according to my Japanese friend Eri, the tagline of the brand in Japanese says: be dry.
A great discovery for me was the fantasy jewelry collection of Hypnochic. This young Belgian/African brand offers a lot of cute bracelets, necklaces and rings featuring peace signs, flowers, hearts and bows. The designers get their inspiration from all over the world, and that is reflected in the ethnic vibe of their collections.
These are the first sunglasses of the brand new Trussardi eyewear line that will launch in January. Aviators and big frames are the key here.
Hoss Intropia is one of my favorite Spanish brands at the moment. The Spanish influences are clearly noticable, but the collection still better than let's say Mango, because of their excellent quality of fabrics. The vibe of the collection is overall ethnic. We see lace, prints, ruches, beads, sequins, embroidery, in short, a whole lot of embellishments.
Le Mont St. Michel works with prints, camel, daim, knits and prints. For the winter collection, they're currently collaborating with the Belgian band Das Pop.
Robert Clergerie has some very lovely pairs of wedges. I'm not sure about those kind of boots during summer season though.