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  • Making of photoshoot Claudia Sträter summer collection 2014

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    The diversity of Claudia Sträter
    Summer collection 2014

    The season's key trends have been translated into four different themes: Clean Contrast consists of black-and-white 'ready for business' looks with graphic prints and distinct lines; Eclectic Blue combines exotic prints from paisley and batik to Hawaiian flowers in blue, white and orange; Delicate Shade exudes luxury and comfort with soft colours and rich materials, including summery jacquards in woven silk and knits with gold threads; and Expressive Flower is all about contrast, with a combination of floral and graphic prints and orange combined with bright pink.

    Ger-Jan de Gilde, Head Designer at Claudia Sträter:
    "Like every season, considerable attention has once again been paid to design and fit, so that every figure looks its best. Smart pleating, the use of stretch fabrics and well-thought-out lines create a visually slender silhouette."

    About Claudia Sträter
    Claudia Sträter is a luxury Dutch brand with an almost100% Dutch team. The collections are designed, presented and exported from the company headquarters in the Netherlands. Pure Dutch design created for modern women, Claudia Sträter clothing is characterised by a balanced price/quality ratio, attention to detail, a clean cut, a unique timeless design vision and elegant lines. In addition to the beautifully recognisable Claudia Sträter signature, this season also gives you the opportunity to lift your look, for instance, by combining a paisley print blazer with jeans or making a statement with the entire outfit.

    The new summer collection is available from January 2014 in Claudia Sträter shops in the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg and in the Claudia Sträter online shop. For all retail locations and more information on the collection, go to www.claudiastrater.com. Show less
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