Explore new trends
from various brands which go back in time to bring back vintage pieces and present them in a fresh
and practical way
STORY: TAWAN KONKAEW
PHOTOGRAPHY: COURTESY OF BRANDS
Lady Dior was Lady Diana’s favourite back in the 1980s-1990s, and has remained a popular icon throughout the years. This season, the cannage motif is replaced with smoked sequins and decorated with matching black hardware, giving it a cool and edgy vibe. It looks fresh on a young girl and cool on a grown woman.
Not exactly vintage, but Burberry gabardine trench coat is a classic piece that never goes out of style. It goes with just about anything. If your mother already owns one, count yourself lucky. If not, the updated version this season is worth the money. New technology has made this iconic piece even lighter and more durable.
Before the Saffiano bag and edgy prints became the brand’s signatures, what made Prada famous was its black nylon and red logo plate that kids of the 1990s are familiar with. This time, the Italian designer revisited the brand’s old signatures and came up with nylon hat with a red logo plate. Light, comfortable and water repellant, it gives you a cool vintage vibe.