Cue SS16 ‘Summer 16’ at Cue features an eclectic mix of colour and pattern. Like a mood board intersecting and reworking images, the collection weaves together an off-kilter mix of pretty and graphic, preppy and sporty, while still referencing Cue’s trademark sharp edged tailoring and signature prints. Botanicals take centre stage, and are anything but predictable. Florals appear in satin bomber jackets, georgette ruffle blouses, and delicate hairpins, while checks from windowpane, plaid to gingham add just the right amount of edge to reinforce the downtown mood. Lace evolves from AW16’s Victoriana and becomes statement making when spliced into stripes and rendered in unexpected colours. An oriental twist proves that Eastern influence is here to stay with oriental floral print sateen jacquard and slightly raised necklines with slit detail and feature buttons. 70s retro continue to influence through flared trousers in grid plaid, tuxedo satin and box check. Cast in shades of nectar, alabaster, raspberry and purple haze and anchored by black, white and pink blush, the new season is all about balancing structured tailoring with delicate florals and soft crepes. SS16 is vibrant in its energy and bold in its message- ‘summer is here’. At Cue you can shop now and pay later with Afterpay. Afterpay offers interest-free payment plans for your purchases in store at Garden City. Buy and receive what you want today and pay it off in four equal instalments fortnightly. See in store for more details. Here’s a few looks we love from Cue’s Spring Summer 2016 collection, now in store. Posted by Garden City on 23 September 2016 within Fashion Related articles The French Wardrobe Dress like a French girl with the new Review Australia campaign The French Wardrobe. Mecca Cosmetica | July 2017 Discover Tatcha - a luxurious range of skin care. Trending Winter '17 Stay ahead of the fashion pack with these top 5 trends from Running in Chanel. Forever New | Modern Grace Collection Discover a luxurious entrance into winter – where classic femininity is reimagined for modern day.