20/05/2016
Back at it again.

Words by

Laura Kennewell

If something works the first time, do it again. And that’s exactly what Beau Coops and Romance Was Born have done. They aced their first collaboration and they’ve come back for round two.

This particular collection takes inspiration from Romance Was Born's range Whispering Angels, as showcased at MBFW. The 22-piece offering includes dramatic thigh high boots, slippers with soft fur trimming and an abundance of ruffles.

The colour palette is a mix of both brands, with imperial blues and bright orange hues derived from RWB, juxtaposed with the soft blush and mint tones synonymous with the Beau Coops brand.

This collection is meant to make a statement, and we like it. 

romancewasborn.com
beaucoops.com

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