Statement collars and bell sleeves, chiffon and neon tulle dresses – Brisbane-based cult fashion label White Label Noba introduces its spring collection with the intention of attention. The collection was unveiled at the Mercedes Benz Fashion Festival by designer Tracey Watkins as an ode to spring and summer showcasing popular world fashion trends.

The colour palette featured brings bright colour, print and statement pieces to centre stage, drawing inspiration from 60’s inspired lace and patterns and the collection’s title reflects this perfectly; WOO HOO for Spring! Watkins once again stays true to everything White Label Noba has become famous for compiling a collection grounded in dreamy, feminine fabrics and design. The capsule collection alludes to what is to come in the world of fashion this spring/summer; think hot pink sequinned shorts, citrus chiffon, high neck shirts and ruffles on ruffles. A true WOO HOO celebration of everything spring and summer has to offer.

Although a proudly Brisbane based brand, WOO HOO for Spring stars a line-up of statement pieces from floor-length, tulle gowns to stylishly wearable two-piece pant sets paying homage to the international stage with every stitch. The recent launch further solidifies the labels cult fashion status with support from music superstars Amy and Emma Sheppard at the MBFF launch. Long-time supporters of the brand will notice the carefully cultivated collection still rings true to its roots – Watkins ensures the luxe collection still celebrates all women, of any age and size. The collection is available online for preorder now and is set for official release in early October.