Classic never looked so good with the new SABA High Summer Collection, and we were very happy share it with you.
From the urban hubs to the CBD streets, the late night lounge dwellers to the culture vultures; as the city heats up, SABA’s High Summer collection is prepared to celebrate summer in the city.
Born on the iconic Flinders Lane in Melbourne, for 50 years SABA has remained a fashion fixture throughout the cities of Australia. The summer collection focuses on delivering the same quality, fit and fabrication that the brand has built its reputation on, with modern colours, sharp silhouettes, and a strong nod to heritage.
Dresses are key in the lead up to the festive months, with an emphasis on angles, waist wraps, strappy details, and prints reflective of the seventies. The collection plays with dramatics in length and volume, from a sweeping cube print maxi, to immaculately fitted bodice styles.
Wide leg culottes make a return offering a modern alternative to the go-to dress, while a retro-inspired jumpsuit remains a showstopper. Elevated safari- inspired pieces foreground the pulsing cityscape in ivory tailored shorts and a suede khaki wrap top.
Menswear sees attention to modern updates on the classics in the form of the Collins’ suit in luxe European fabric, and beautiful linen shirting. We celebrate the lighter side to life with striking tailoring, t-shirts and shorts appearing in uplifting bright tones of blue and berry.
SABA speaks for the sartorially inclined with a sharp royal blue suit, worn back with crisp shirts, or statement blazers paired with slim leg jeans. Tailored shorts and textured shirts lend themselves to a hot summer’s day in the city.
by Arrnott Olssen
Editor Rogue Homme