As summer edges nearer, it's hard not to fantasise about warm days in breezy fabrics. Miss Crabb's new collection, with its ethereal tones and loose draping, checks all our daydream boxes.

Established in 2004 by Kristine Crabb, the label focuses on high-quality local production, with every piece made in New Zealand. Pieces appear simple in construction, yet are skillfully produced to endure timelessly.

Miss Crabb approached this collection with a subversive take on shape, proportion and beauty, allowing the wearer to interpret each piece in a personal way. You’ll find silk, cotton and linen pieces in bold colours of fuchsia, coral and lilac.

Scope out the new pieces in the lookbook above.

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