As London Fashion Week officially wrapped up last night, we were left with plenty of amazing collections to be excited about this coming fall.
One collection in particular that caught our eye was Tata Naka, which is designed by Tbilisi-born identical twin sisters Tamara and Natasha Surguladze.
Gorgeous curly-top models showcased the duo's dynamic Fall 2012 collection, which was inspired by "Motown, Malawian tribes and the photography of Seydou Keita and Malick Sidibe."
In keeping with the bold colors and prints we saw during New York Fashion Week, Tata Naka advances the trend with its unique form of whimsy and cultural cues. 60's silhouettes juxtaposed with African beaded jewelry work beautifully--and dresses printed with portraits are especially groovy.
Although the line isn't popular on our side of the pond (although you can shop the collection online), Taka Naka is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year and counts Sarah Jessica Parker and Cameron Diaz as huge fans.
Well, they can definitely add us to the list! We love this Motown-meets-Malawi collection, what about you?