Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Posted by Lucy Lieng
Meshit: certainly a name that will draw ones attention. The brand name is actually a play on the verb ‘to mesh’. With this in mind, what this brand aims to do is to create collections that reflect ‘what girls do best’: combining clean shapes and special detailing by fitting together various elements and concepts into one unique design.’ Thus we are given numerous lines of clothing with an urban and fashion-conscious edge. Inspired by a blend of contrasts, Meshit is a brand that is decisively embedded in ‘youth culture’ – perfect for urban loving wearers. A point perfectly reflected in their AW12/13 collection ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll & Mod Mania’, this quirky brand that hails from Hungary have created an utterly brilliant line that ranges from friendly-to-wear styles to more ‘fashion-daring’ designs. Drawing juice from British youth culture of the 60s and 70s, from casual rocker vests to infectious fringe detail, Meshit are certainly not shit. Playing on quirky contrasts with a mix of street, urban and a dash of preppy Indie, somehow this brand makes it all work. Fascinating to say the least, their credibility and popularity jumps a notch every time they craft a new collection – who knows, perhaps this time next year Meshit will be stomping all over town.