18 February 2015

{Brand Spotlight} Dune London


The Dune London brand has been featured on my blog a few times before (here, here and most recently here) because I am truly a fan. I remain loyal to this brand because of the high quality each and every product possesses, the air of exclusivity around the brand and the impeccable service that is offered at every outlet. Dune staff members truly treat you well and go that extra mile to create a pleasant shopping experience for each customer. So, as you can imagine, I was thrilled to be able to attend the preview of Dune London’s Autumn/Winter 2015 collection at the Four Seasons hotel and gawk at the newly crafted pieces.


However, before I discuss those beautiful works of art, I must mention how spectacular the venue is. As I stepped within the boundary walls of the hotel, it was as if I had been transported to a foreign land and left the bustling city of Johannesburg behind. I could therefore not resist using the picturesque premises as a backdrop and decided to capture the outfit I donned for the occasion.




Top - Topshop
Skirt - Cath.nic from Queenspark
Bag - Dune London
Heels - Dune London
Necklace - Mr Price
Bracelet - Topshop


Onto the main attraction – Dune London’s Autumn/Winter 2015 collection, which is set to hit stores early March. You can expect an array of styles, designs and textures that will most definitely satisfy your inner Carrie. The range of boots possesses clean-cut lines matched with simple, yet strategically placed hardware.



Androgynous brogues stained in rich colours such as Oxblood and Navy are perfect for a fashionable girl on the run. Pop the matching bag over your shoulder and instantly earn extra glam points.


And lastly, the selection of court shoes most certainly did not disappoint. With Dune’s pretty pumps, you will be able to transition effortlessly from the office to a cocktail party. The belle of the ball that day was without a doubt the Manolo Blahnik look-alikes. The fuchsia heels adorned with a diamante brooch had all the ladies, including myself, weak at the knees.




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