Although Australian label House of Cannon launched just last year, its unique, travel-inspired pieces have quickly made waves in the fashion industry. With only two collections under designer Annie Cannon-Brookes‘ belt, including one based on Kyoto and the other on New Orleans, the impressive dressmaker is now launching her third, dubbed Halcyon Hong Kong.
Like all of House of Cannon’s ranges, which are based on different places in the world, Halcyon Hong Kong encompasses the chosen region with a bold and colourful paper fan print, an exotic golden Koi fish darting through dark-blue water and a picturesque skyline reflecting this exciting and pulsing city.
The striking designs are fresh and contemporary with its fabrics and silhouettes of kimonos, silky tops and floating dresses, while still reflecting the traditional side of Hong Kong with the bright and captivating prints. Take a sneak peek at some of the upcoming styles before they’re available in-store this September.