The stunning new collection from Belgian designer Ine De Haes is in store now!

Inspired by the children's story Ferfereh (paper windmill) that tells the story of a young girl's journey across a surreal landscape of a blue desert to find her brother, with the help of her magical paper windmill and a guardian firebird.

The collection is extraordinary, with three dimensional shapes stitched into T shirts, graphic knitwear and structured 3D tailoring.  Ine De Haes uses innovative fabric techniques, folding and tailoring to create three dimensional forms on garments.

The piece of the season?  There are two!  Ine has created a 3D fabric with permanent 3D cubes pressed into the fabric, so that it drapes into cubes rather than folds.  This fabric comes in a T shirt or open-back top.  And the best bit is it's low maintenance and washable - the cubes will always be there!

This collection is very limited and we only have 2 pieces of each style, in age 4 and age 6.  (Ine does not design in ages smaller than age 4... yet.)  We also have a couple of pieces in age 16 coming in which roughly equate to a UK 8-10, please email us for more information.

Ine De Haes was selected for Flanders Fashion Fuel by the Flanders Fashion Institute, and awarded Milk Magazine's 'Must have' award for AW15/16.

Once upon a time, a girl and boy were wandering across the blue desert...

Shop Ine De Haes' breathtaking new collection now!

April 10, 2016 — Georgia Ashby

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