Siyu brings out their beautiful SS18 collection at UBM ‘Coterie’

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See You On The Find Side

Today, Daniel plus Lauren has the privilege of telling fashionistas alike about the journey taken to New York City’s Javits Center, where UBM’s Coterie trade show happens a mere 3 to 4 days after New York Fashion Week ends, and the first of 3 reports begins here with the Siyu spring/ summer 2018 collection.

Siyu are well made Italian knits that can be shaped to one’s own size, their pieces are very good quality, making for a very comfortable collection coming in a huge selection mainly dominated by the nostalgic look of retro with its prints and designs.

The highest selling item for Siyu are raincoat coming in different prints, one can also get the raincoat in the form of a dress that’s more wearable, there’s also a range of colorful tops, dresses, and skirts in the Siyu collection coming in such bright spring colors like green, yellow, red, and orange, as well as tons of floral prints and patterns.

Swimwear also play a major key role for Siyu with its reversible bikinis, Siyu also has a partnership with Anthropologie, making swimwear exclusively for the big name retailer, where Siyu gets to keep its namesake so people know where the swim options come from.

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Siyu also has tops that resemble pajama tops which are said to be very flowy and very comfortable, one can say it’s very similar to menswear.

Siyu is not a line that stands by itself, it’s supported by 3 additional family of lines being Maliparmi, Diktuns Barcelona, and Isabel De Pedro having their own unique identities.IMG_0567IMG_0568IMG_0572IMG_0573IMG_0575IMG_0576IMG_0578IMG_0580IMG_0582Courtesy: Daniel Quintanilla

Maliparmi offers up well designed shoes, accessories, and handbags which happen to be the marquis of the collection, Diktons Barcelona are tops and dresses that have a mix of dark and light colors with an array of prints and patterns, and Isabel De Pedro speaks elegance with is dark and solid colors of mainly red and black in its pieces.

Overall, Siyu and it’s extended collections stand out greatly offering up its own identities to say the least, their colors, designs, and patterns give the world of fashion something to take notice on.

Daniel Quintanilla

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