Sereni & Shentel x dude & the duchess Spring-Summer 2012
Apr 10, 2012 19:31
Known for their statement pieces and meticulous attention to detail, dude & the duchess collaborate with luxury headband designers Sereni & Shentel to create The Duchess headband for Spring 2012.
“Sereni & Shentel headbands are elegant in design, yet playful in their colours and styles–key elements that are also found in the duchess collection of clothes,” explains Jesslyn Leong, Creative Director of dude & the duchess
The Duchess headbands are beautifully handcrafted using Sereni & Shentel's signature grossgrain ribbons and bedazzled gems. The sophisticated haircessory will retail at RM140 and comes in five elegant colors - red, black, electric blue, ginger, and nude pink.
“The Spring Summer 2012 Collection was styled with their headbands and
we saw how wonderfully they worked with our clothes. In our
collaboration for The Duchess headband, we envisioned it as an
accessory that someone like Kate Middleton, The Duchess of Cambridge
A selection of Sereni & Shentel's bestselling headbands which sport key colors of the dude & the duchess Spring Summer 2012 collection will also be available at dude & the duchess stores. Labelled "Sereni & Shentel for dude & the duchess", these pieces will retail at RM129 - RM369.
The Duchess headband launches in May and can be purchased exclusively at dude & the duchess stores in Bangsar Village and Empire Shopping Gallery, and at their webstore.
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