COOP fans are in for a spirited winter in 2016 and we have a sneak preview of their soon to be released collection. Two weeks ago we shared a sneak preview of Trelise Cooper's winter 2016 collection and the response was so enthusiastic we couldn't resist sharing COOP's with you as well. COOP is designed by Kayla Jurlina, who is also Trelise's design assistant for her mainline collections, Kayla's sharp eye for fresh styles and her playful approach has seen COOP continue to increase its loyal following every season.
For winter 2016 COOP has returned to Harajuku, after the popularity of their Japanese inspired spring/summer 2015 collections, except this time the look is more bohemian and but still has the pop culture references. Swirly paisley prints are contrasted with bold coats and there's a vintage prettiness that runs throughout the range.
The second winter collection is more of a rebellious affair with a sixties feel that makes for fun garments which are perfect for its youthful target audience. Party dresses that are made for dancing are highlight pieces, while those who prefer lower key looks with love the grungier grey marle. There's certainly lots to love about COOP's exuberant take on winter for next year.
Images from COOP