August 22, 2013 Celebrities Love...

Celebrities Love…Clover Canyon

Celebrities Love Clover Canyon

The chic starlet set is moving way past the paradigm of plain and embracing their inner print-cess. Their fairy godmother is none other than Clover Canyon designer Rozae Nichols. Her signature vivid, engineered prints, plastered across a wonderland of streamlined silhouettes and bodycon shapes, have cast their colourful spell at every turn.

The edgy pattern queen herself, songstress Solange Knowles, has ratcheted up the volume—on multiple occasions—with the label’s eclectic style.

Actress Olivia Wilde also recently displayed a decorative twist at the 2013 Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s 2013 Installation Luncheon, bringing mod Op-Art appeal to the red carpet.

‘Pretty Little Liars’ star Shay Mitchell brought the brand’s electric, California-cool vibe to Canada for the 2013 MuchMusic Video Awards a few months ago.

Making a statement in a trippy, neon neoprene dress at the InStyle Summer Soiree, Ashley Tisdale was a walking kaleidoscope.

Reading the fine print has never looked so good.

Clover Canyon

You can shop these and many more Clover Canyon dresses, pants, kaftans, tops, skirts, blazers, crop tops and swimwear from, and Selfridges.

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5 Responses to Celebrities Love…Clover Canyon

  1. TeaAtTwo August 23, 2013 at 1:50 am #

    Colour and print- Love it. I’m glad not everyone is selecting the bodycon pieces.

  2. KatieKate August 23, 2013 at 1:29 am #

    They’re totally different than Katrantzou and Pilotto prints. There are plenty of graphic print innovators besides those two. They’re just the most famous, Dion Lee is just another example. Even Cavalli and Givenchy has been doing these types of prints lately. It’s a major trend, not a single designer’s original idea or aesthetic. It’s like saying a brand that does leopard print is copying Cavalli.

    Very good write-up, RW.

    • Kathy August 23, 2013 at 4:00 pm #

      Yes, I understand that it’s a trend and something a lot of designers are incorporating, but to hail the brand as the “fairy godmother” of print dresses is absurd. A brand cannot rely on flash-in-the-pan trends to sustain itself. Even Katrantzou has been branching out into scenic prints, not just digital motifs. No matter how popular and of-the-moment something is, one doesn’t just become a legitimate and noteworthy designer by cashing in on it.

      • KatieKate August 24, 2013 at 3:21 am #

        I see your point, and I do agree with some aspects of what you’re saying.

  3. Kathy August 22, 2013 at 5:08 pm #

    I could have sworn these were all Mary Katrantzou or Peter Pilotto pieces if I hadn’t read the title…not the most original tool in the shed, are we?

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