Fashion designer Innocente Messy rolls out vibrant chic pieces in stunning hues for new Mobaly Coat Collection.
The collection featuring coats and capes in the brand's signature colour blocking take inspiration from "the 1960’s MOD Subculture along with accents and influences from West Africa" the brand noted in a side note.
The coats form six new additions to the 'Mobaly' collection released earlier in the year easily floating the chicest array of exaggerated outerwear collection of the season. The UK- Congelese brand has gotten rave reviews from Beyonce's stylist TY Hunter with the brand's pieces already sported on Erykah Badu and Angela Simmons.
The Mobaly Coat Collection features pieces with chic flattering silhouettes in stylish colour blocks with hues like black, cobalt blue, white, coffee brown, green plum, red, mustard, yellow and more standing out on the coats and capes.
The initial Mobaly collection played around bold hues and soft textures featuring chequered colour blocked dusters, perfectly tailored pants, dresses, tops, shift blouses paired with ankle grazing skirts, babydoll dress, asymmetric jackets, skirts and matching pant.
There are 6 coats in the Mobaly Coat collection added to an initial 15 pieces from the Mobaly Collection making a total of 21 pieces in the vibrant collection.
Innocente Messy’s Mobaly collection is housed by American-Nigerian celebrity stylist Kanayo Ebi at the Kach Me If You Can Showroom.