Bread & Butter Berlin 2012 – FEVER

February 9th, 2012 by retail design blog

Fever’s signature style is inspired by vintage prints and nostalgic silhouettes to create beautiful, memorable collections. Founded in 1996 by Matthew Barker and David Bradbury in Devon, England, the brand has global appeal with its quintessentially English elegance. The Fever team also design Ruby Belle, launched in 2008, a fresh collection of dresses in kitsch 50s prints, designed to inject fun and quirky style in your wardrobe.

The design process for both Fever an Ruby Belle is truly creative blend of vintage inspiration and global trend knowledge. We travel the world hunting for inspiration in flea markets, textile fairs, thrift stores and vintage shops, looking for an amazing print, a striking colour palette, a visual trigger that sparks the creative design process. We weave the trends that we’ve spotted on the streets of Portland or markets in Milan into our designs and add our won English twist, creating unique collections that truly stands out.

Photography: Zsolt Istvan Posta
Images courtesy of RetailDesignBlog

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