Horror Vacui’s Spring/Summer 18 Collection
Soft feminine fabrics, oversized blouses and Egyptian cottons, patterned silks and voluminous skirts, all fashioned into elaborate sleeping gowns that are suitable to wear both day and night
Have all our dreams come true?
In her Spring/Summer ’18 Collection, German fashion designer, Anna Heinrichs of HORROR VACUI, redefines sleepwear in the most glamorous of ways. Delicate edge detailing, exciting colours, piped button holes and heavenly prints are a few of the collection’s many delights, inspired by the rich history of tailoring and traditional craftsmanship.
HORROR VACUI celebrates character and individuality – a “Latin expression which describes the human instinct to decorate, the urge to fill a vacant space with all kinds of details,” Anna tells New York Times, a concept is eminent in both her life and her work.
Anna’s fine attention to detail and respect for the creative process is translated through her designs with each piece individually hand sewn by a single seamstress – she stands by the notion that “a love of detail is love for a full life”. Exuding playful charm and capturing a timeless elegance, HORROR VACUI Spring/Summer ’18 is a collection only dreams are made of and certainly a label to watch. For the full interview with Anna Heinrichs, pop over to The New York Times.