Harman Grubiša’s newly re-released capsule outerwear collection. Images by Paris Curno.
Harman Grubiša have just re-released a beautiful range of their coveted fluffy pieces in a new accessory and capsule outerwear collection. Designers Madeleine Harman and Jessica Grubiša originally debuted their Tibetan lambswool stoles and jackets in their first NZ Fashion Week collection shown in 2016 called Dakota. The initial run of pieces were immediately coveted and became a sell-out success for the then emerging label. “These pieces are both lush and playful. They’re dynamic and tactile – a soft and shaggy statement here to add a little fun,” add Madeleine and Jessica.
Fast-forward to 2018 and the designers have brought their favourite fluffy pieces back and they celebrated the launch with a joyous event at Seafarers last week. It included a live model presentation and pop-up shop with guests sipping Veuve Clicquot and Peroni while checking out the range. Harman Grubiša’s Dolce Vita girls were lounged in the centre of the room portraying a contemporary grunge sensibility. The fluffy accessories and jackets complemented by sheer silk tulle accents. Slicked back textured hair was created by Leigh Keepa at Stephen Marr with glitter gloss eyes and nude lips by Kiekie Stanners at MAC Cosmetics.
Harman Grubiša’s limited edition accessory and capsule outerwear collection is available exclusively at their flagship store in Ponsonby and online now.
Film captured by Victoria Crockford-Pound and Images by Paris Curno.