Calling all dancing queens: House of Holland's SS20 collection makes you want to hit the dancefloor

Reta Lee
·Editor-in-Chief, Lifestyle

LONDON - I don’t know about you, but in the 90s, all my friends wanted to do was to hit the clubs and shimmy the nights away. Designer Henry Holland envisioned the cool kids of the 70s disco movement and 90s ravers partying in a loop that never tires for his SS20 collection, which drew roaring claps after the runway show ended at the beautiful Kings Cross Gasholder park.


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Henry showcased his look-at-me party dresses as part of London Fashion Week on 14 September (Saturday), to organza shirts layered over form-fitting active wear. We also noticed denim wear and corduroy overalls reworked into something dressier, paired with paracord tassel bags and mini bags that fit a boombox. Pretty rad.

As for shoes, Henry has collaborated with South Korean label Yuul Yie to create mid-height architectural sandals while the performance training footwear, has been created as part of an athleisure partnership with leading Chinese sportswear brand Xtep.

Spotted at the frow were Billy Porter, actor from the Netflix series ‘Pose’ and multi-faceted model/singer Daisy Lowe.