For brands such as Mango, M&S, and H&M, collaborations with other designers and influencers are part and parcel. Reiss, on the other hand, has never dabbled in collaboration collections, and as such, when we learned that the brand was launching a curated edit with Débora Rosa, a Lisbon-based aesthete and content creator, we were beyond excited to see what had made the label change its ways.
It’s safe to say Reiss and Débora have a shared taste for modernism, neutral tones, and 1970s style icons and the result is a curated edit of signature Reiss looks with everyday appeal.
Speaking of the Reiss curated by Débora Rosa edit, Débora said; ‘I wanted to create down-to-earth, real everyday looks. Reiss pieces are timeless and totally my style, so it was easy to curate and put them together.’
What can you expect from the collection? Structured linen in black-and-white, timeless pieces in a muted palette and Reiss’ signature tailoring, of course, that still feels fresh and now.
While the price points are somewhat higher than other high street labels, both Reiss and Débora believe in the ‘buy better’ movement. Débora said; ‘People will prioritise timeless pieces and wardrobes will be more curated. But I also believe there will be two sides: a more minimal style and a powerful and statement route.’
Without further ado then, here are just a handful of our favourite pieces from Reiss’ first-ever curated guest edit.
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