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Everything you need to know about Jigsaw and Roksanda's second drop

Chloe Burney
17 May 2024

After the sell-out success of the first Jigsaw x Roksanda collection, which launched back in October 2023, the British womenswear brands have re-joined forces to create a 12-piece capsule collection for Spring/Summer 2024.

The limited edition collection is defined by fluid silhouettes and softened summer tailoring, blending Roksanda's signature sculptural forms and clever colour-blocking with Jigsaw’s timeless designs and structured tailoring.

Roksanda Ilinčić, Roksanda’s Founder and Creative Director, said: "Our second collection for Jigsaw presents a continuation of narrative inspired by art, dance, movement and colour. Fluid dresses mixed with masculine tailoring, hand painted prints inspired by 'flowers in motion’ are some of the elements that have shaped this collection into an expression of movement and freedom, softness and strength."

The collection was designed to encompass both brands’ dedication to creating "high-quality and expressive yet wearable pieces designed to empower the contemporary woman". Produced in limited runs, the capsule sees a carefully curated edit of sleek separates where elevated colour combinations remain key. Think abstract watercolour prints, voluminous silhouettes, plisse textures and draped dresses.

The collection, which includes pieces ranging from £225 to £450, is available at jigsaw-online.com and in selected Jigsaw stores today.

Earlier this week, it was revealed that The Brand Group (TBG) has acquired luxury fashion label Roksanda. The slowdown in luxury demand sandwiched with various debts incurred during the pandemic has seen luxury labels face hardships as of late. Before TBG came to Ilincic's rescue, she had filed a notice of intent to appoint an administrator, which is similar to Chapter 11 in the U.S.

In a statement, Ilincic described TBG as a "valued partner at a time when Roksanda had been exploring new ways of operating in the existing luxury climate."

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