2020 is wrapping up with autumnal tones and nostalgic notes at the aesthetic command of Dee Izmail’s AW20/21 collection. From luscious layers of elegance to edgy detail. Lose yourself in the dancer style velour wrap body which entices its prey with Panne velvet tiger print insets. Seduce others with the multi coloured piping trim, conker bralet, set in a devilishly charming ‘D’ trinket which ensures you remain the centre of attention, especially when paired with the soft touch pencil skirt, tempting any onlooker towards its hypnotising hip insets. This collection makes room for a familiar stride with the satin patchwork skirt; hand crafted, fully fashioned and only available made to order to any shape. Serving 90’s patterns with earthy, exciting tones and paired with the cool cobalt blue satin bralet, this alluring look offers a modern zest of colours.

As the fashion industry looks for ways to become more sustainable, Dee Izmail launches A/W 20/21 from a combination of vintage and modern fabrics.
There’s something special about the way this designer has always delivered crafted pieces that embraces a handmade technique that can be passed down generation after generation. Izmail’s newest collection combines a forest palette with an electrifying twist of 80’s blue club wear, fabulously managing to be fashionable, the pink shimmer shell chainmail toga top is from the original celebrity collection works through a great mix of old and new. The irresistible multi creme and beige slub knit blouson jacket and hot pant with contrast silvery foil lapels offers day into evening versatility. This set will be reflecting more than just iridescent light from its contemporary textures. The sassy Bordeaux Fringed crochet evening wear dress reinvented from the Crochet of her 1997 pieces for Destiny's Child is getting a cool update with more glamour to come for spring.

Every piece is made beautifully bespoke with an eye for appropriate fitting, a heart for stylish flair and hands with careful precision. This reinvented  All in one, pull on Basque Hot pant once styled in Red PVC for Spice Girl Geri Halliwell. From a  familiar club wear flare of then to classy stying of today, Dee Izmail has the experience, the eye and the hand to satisfy all your fashion needs.