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Lookbook SULE debuts with 'Caged Emotions' for SS17

Runner up winner of season 1 of Fayrouz L’original; SULEng debuts with stunning pieces for SS'17...

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SULEng debuts with an impressive collection for SS17 tagged 'Caged Emotions'.

The womenswear brand shows off an array of impressive styles for the debut lookbook. Owned by Francis Sule (The runner up winner of Fayrouz L’original season 1) the collection is a 'chic happy' mix of everything stylish.

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play SULE debuts 'Caged Emotions' for SS17


inspired by the "Essence of hibernation and the beauty of post hibernation, a blank phase every creative goes through at one point in time" according to the brand's creative director; Francis Sule. the lookbook comes with a lot of promises for the new comer.

Bringing on a burst of colours with expert infusion of colours on each piece, the SULE muse is fierce, fiery and loves stand out detailed pieces.

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play SULE debuts 'Caged Emotions' for SS17


Debuting with belted mini colour block dresses, cutout shoulder details on neon pieces, patchwork form fitting detailed pieces, bodycon with fierce graphic prints, playful pockets mixed with minimal details on colourful patchwork design on modern styles.

Other offerings also include bold cutout on ethereal dresses showing an edgy twist to a sublime look, ruffle and flirty detailed slip dress, midriff baring embellished collar detailed shirt over skirt, jacket with cutout details, tiered pants and more modern designs.

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play SULE debuts 'Caged Emotions' for SS17


The brand comes totally unpredictable mimicking Missoni, a colourful Saint Laurent, Gianvitto Rossi with its detailed patchwork and expert infusion of colours, the brand's muse is sexy, feminine, daring and playful all at the same time.

I felt my entire being was caged. I felt the need to explore, the need to Fight and Rediscover my Strengths and true self by retreating"; Sule reflected on the collection. The pieces aptly reflect the designer's primary references of Neo-Asian culture and martial arts with pieces named; Shiro Temple, Dinma babydoll, Chikara, Kuro, Shibumi, Kiyoko and so on.

The brand makes an impressive debut. He is on Instagram @francissule and @sule.ng

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