John Lewis unveils new collaboration with La Galeria Elefante – and we want every single dress

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Photo credit: John Lewis
Photo credit: John Lewis

A printed midi or maxi dress is a must-have in every summer wardrobe – perfect for dressing up or down. If you ask us, you can never have too many options to choose from during the warmer months, so you can bet we're eagerly awaiting a stunning new collection of summer dresses launching at John Lewis later this month...

Once again, the retailer has collaborated with chic Ibiza brand La Galeria Elefante to launch a capsule collection of seven stunning dresses.

If you haven't heard of La Galeria Elefante, it's a cult treasure trove of bohemian buys located on The White Isle.

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Each piece in the new AND/OR x La Galeria Elefante range has been designed in collaboration with the store's designer, Victoria Durrer-Gasse, channelling its unique aesthetic. Think beautiful boho prints and flowing silhouettes that have us dreaming of summer.

There are seven dresses to choose from in the new capsule range, and we're already predicting sell-out success. The new collection launches on 24 May, so make a note if you want to nab one.

John Lewis gave shoppers a sneak peek earlier this week on Instagram, and the post has already been flooded with likes and admiring comments.

"I cannot wait for this!" wrote one, while another added: "Date in diary!"

Yep, us too.

The AND/OR x La Galeria Elefante capsule collection launches at John Lewis on 24 May.


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