Latte clothing, the designer womenswear brand, in recent years, has become well known for providing luxury Italian design and style at an affordable price. Despite being a British company with Italian inspiration the Latte label continues to produce and design clothing completely within Italy, ensuring a high quality of manufacture for each piece of their collection.
It is arguable that Latte’s success is down to the company’s commitment to continually offering individuality to independent stockists in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Rapidly establishing itself as an essential brand within the UK fashion industry Latte is recognised for its ‘dolce vita’ inspired blouses, stylish tunics, renowned knitwear and show piece jackets in addition to this their iconic three-quarter sleeve length dresses, feature dominantly within the seasonal collections.
Latte has appeared in numerous fashion magazines such as “Moda”. The luxury brand also showcased at Moda’s fashion show in Birmingham for their upcoming season. This was a huge awareness increase for their brand and has since encouraged many celebrities to wear Latte’s clothing. “Latte are a genuine boutique designer brand delivering designer garments at reasonable prices. This is a longstanding selling point to our clothing brand” are the words from Adele Black, creative director of Latte clothing.
Latte’s process for creating new and innovative designs is also sometimes inspired by clothing worn by celebrities. In the past, they have made new products based upon the likes of Kate Middleton’s wardrobe alongside influence from other household names as well.
With a high-quality individual and stylish range of around a hundred articles per season, Latte has aimed to target groups of contemporary women with a high stylistic content and a disconcerting attitude to fashion.
Being constructed entirely in Italy, Latte is dedicated to gaining new creative inputs, focussing mainly on iconic stand-out tops and knitwear using unusual textures, yarns, and fabrics. Colour palettes vary each season, consistently favouring vintage and antique tones.