NYFW SS2018 IN REVIEW:  Kur Collection Reinvents the Classics

 

“I’m Sri Lankan, Beeralu is a dying craft, and I’m here to revive it!” shares, KÛR’s designer, Kasuni Rathnasuriya. The traditional craft of Beeralu (bobbin lace), which dates back 300 years, is brought into the modern era to blend upscale dressing with urban street style. Taking note of the empowered 21st century women, KÛR’s Spring / Summer 2018 collection, exudes a traditionally feminine, romantic tone, featuring ruffles, statement collars, and decadent sleeves. Even the classic little black dress staple of every women’s closet gets a fresh iteration courtesy of KÛR, as does the white shirt to underscore timeless style. But who is the KÛR woman? Kasuni knows. She states, “The KÛR woman is someone who likes to excel at anything and everything. She is very confident, with a strong personality. She’s the woman who’s running her own company in New York City during the day and enjoying a fun date night! That is why have catered white shirt for all of life’s special moments.”  These white shirts are mixed and matched with a variety of bottoms, from overflowing ruffled skirts to tuxedo pants in soft linen and plaid patterns, displaying the versatility of the white shirt and how it can be dressed both up and down. If you’re the girl-on-the-go, or simply want to achieve effortlessly chic (at all times of day) then KÛR’s going to be this season’s go-to. KÛR Collection

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Images Courtesy of Dan Lecca