This collection immediately made me think of the period between the late 70′s and early 80′s. I wasn’t even born (for a nap), but I remember the pictures of my mother and my father, they wew engaged, and she often wore clothes of this kind. At first glance these lines written on impulse, make me smile, but then I discover that the designer was actually inspired by her mother for her creations. Natalie Rae is American, she lived in San Diego, California, for most of her life, until she decided to move to London (where else?) Where she began a three years course at the London College of Fashion. Path that has just ended, than, she throw herself headlong into her brand (the collection presented here is in fact the third, also counting the graduate collection). The garments she creates are characterized by a typical American style, as if the British taste for tailoring creations hadn’t touched her much. On the other hand, the collection is extremely wearable, with dresses with simple silhouettes but striking for details and embroidery. Another important feature, the production of Natalie Rae is totally ethical, with the use of organic fabrics and materials and sustainable and fair trade production in India managed by a friend from college.