When it comes to the jetsetter’s lifestyle, there is no reason to dress like a tourist (no more of those hideous drawstring pants please), when you can dress like a traveller while you are on the plane, and even at your destination. 

That’s why we love J&M Davidson Spring/Summer 2019 collection for its comfortable and absolutely stylish looks.

Channeling huge doses of bohemian vibe and hints of Marrakesh’s luscious Jardin Majorelle, which was famously bought by Yves Saint Laurent in 1980, the Moroccan-inspired range is filled with chic and comfortable pieces in a mix of exotic and neutral shades, along with discreet detailing. 

Be it a romantic pleasant blouse or a artfully-draped maxi dress with gathering, you can be sure that these apparel work for almost every occasion and pares back with everything.

Each piece is made with the intention to be styled in multiple ways, and for many different activities throughout your travels.

Hitting the beach? Easy. Need something to take you from breakfast to the street lined with bazaars and handcrafted stalls? You’ll find it in the range of easy-to-wear silhouettes with traditional embellishments to match, such as tassels, pom poms and ties. Ready for cocktail hour? Butter-soft leather bags that appear to be simple totes convert to clutches will add that ounce of luxe to your repertoire. 


To top it off, the balloon shapes as seen in both sleeves and skirts exude a hint of Seventies styling that will also lend an air of breezy elegance to a statement-making vacation look – and to add to your Instagram’s holiday stories.


Photographer: Joseph Molines
Art Direction: Benjamin Grillon
Stylist: Danielle van Camp
Model: Nica Mestres

Posted by:Jessica Ye

Founder & Editor-in-Chief of Couture Troopers, former editor of Designaré Magazine, and a first class honours graduate of Goldsmiths University of London's BA(Hons) Fashion Media & Industries Degree. She is a true-blooded leo who thinks that over-commercialism kills art.

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