Catherine Quin introduces the ‘Suitcase Concept'
Building on the brand’s core principles of simplifying the modern woman’s daily routine, Catherine Quin takes this principle further by developing a unique proposition that addresses the challenges faced by the independent woman on her travels, whilst also avoiding the relentless design, production waste and consumption cycle encouraged by the fashion industry. Inspired by Joan Didion’s ‘Packing List’ from her 1979 essay collection ‘The White Album,’ Quin has created a series of luxury suitcases: “distilled wardrobe” solutions, that can be purchased partially or as a whole, taking the decision-making out of packing and one less stress out of travel.
The Florence Suitcase
Introducing “The Florence Suitcase”, the second in a concept series of 'distilled wardrobes' which take the decision-making out of packing and one less stress out of travel. Inspired by the earthy tones of Florence's Renaissance splendour, with colours layered and blended to achieve a glowing richness. A deep moss and timber palette form the foundation of the 'wardrobe', which is accompanied by versatile ivories and soft oatmeal. Sumptuous, yet functional fabrics in varying textures, such as silk, cashmere and cotton voile are all guaranteed to travel well.
Party Release - Limited Edition
Catherine Quin introduces her first limited edition Party Release in time for the festive season. In keeping with the sustainable values of the brand, the sequin and glitter fabrics are all offcuts and disregarded deadstock fabric rolls. Quin has breathed fresh life into some of the brand`s signature styles, recreating them with a new energy using these precious offcut fabrics.