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Jordanian Brand Nafsika Skourti Draws on Nature in SS'23 Collection

The collection subverts stylistic conventions and actively re-imagines structure.

Amy Reid

Jordanian Brand Nafsika Skourti Draws on Nature in SS'23 Collection

Nafsika Skourti, the coveted Amman-based label whose work has been snapped up by the curators of London's Victoria and Albert museum, just dropped a shimmering new SS23 collection. The sister-founded ultra-feminine womenswear brand toys with allure and elegance, subverts stylistic conventions and actively re-imagines structure.

Drenched in florals, Skourti’s feminine and playful SS23 collection, The Beauty of Impossible Things, flirts with draping and texture, and embarks on a fully-fledged affair with embellishment.

This 56 piece collection boasts elegant dresses and separates, using a spectrum of opaque and sheer fabrics, sleek and trumpet-like silhouettes as well as playful a-lines and pointed waistlines which softly reimagine 19th-century dress. The collection’s horticultural inspiration manifests itself both in its delicate appliques and prints and in its structural silhouettes which evoke visuals of unfurling buds and springtime blooming.

The collection’s horticultural inspiration manifests itself both in its delicate appliques and prints and in its structural silhouettes which evoke visuals of unfurling buds and springtime blooming.

Feeling the urge to deplete your bank account yet? As luck would have it, Nafsika Skourti will be landing at Zamalek’s Villa M this Wednesday with a suitcase full of the designer's best-loved pieces as well as exclusive new creations for Cairo’s most voguish babes to get their hands on.

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