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d.d collective Raya 2016 collection available on FashionValet

Pre-orders for the Takashi Murakami-inspired collection will end on 28 April 2016

By Verinia Khoo | Published: 21 Apr 2016

d.d collective Raya
Photo: FashionValet

d.d collective is next to release their Raya 2016 collection. The collection was inspired by Takashi Murakami's anime-inspired flower art and you'll see the designs evident on pieces such as the high-collared top and the wraparound blouse that are decorated with candy-hued florals.

We love how easy it is to match the pieces with each other too. If you don't fancy a two-piece outfit, opt for the black maxi dress or play matchy-matchy with the sleeveless floral top and full skirt. The d.d collective Raya 2016 collection is only available for pre-order on FashionValet from 21 April to 28 April 2016. Deliveries are expected to arrive on 9 May 2016.

Related: Lookbook: Maatin Shakir Raya 2016
Related: Shop: Jovian Mandagie's Grace Kelly-inspired collection


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