“The drive towards sustainability has seen us embrace artisanal techniques as we shop with longevity in mind. What began with the rediscovery of heritage crafts has developed into a beautiful new amalgam of ancient artistry and modern aesthetics. Contemporary in spirit, classic in design – these are our future heirlooms.”
This fall finds fashion in a functional mood, working an outdoorsy aesthetic we’re calling haute hiker. With a wardrobe of windcheaters and walking boots, plaid shirts and ponchos, you can journey into the new season, confident that your style compass is perfectly on point.
Swedish-Scottish duo Duncan Campbell and Charlotte Rey are the epitome of renaissance creatives, acclaimed across the fields of creative direction, branding, curation and design. We invited the visionary pair to share their ultimate wish list…
London Craft Week opens on October 4th, with all manner of makers bringing their talents to town. To get you in the mood we’ve conjured our very own craft curation, with gallery-worthy ceramics, quirky candles, creative cushions and more. Well, who said art had to hang on a wall?
They say the devil is in the detail, and in style terms you can sum that up in a single word: accessories. They’re the ultimate fashion insignia; a sartorial morse code that speaks pure chic. FW21 delivers a bumper crop, so start your season with the finest finishing touches…
Le Smoking, the safari jacket, the peasant shirt, statement jewellery and a mountain of Moroccan influences… Yves Saint Laurent’s roll call of groundbreaking ideas is as remarkable as it is far-reaching, and our new-season edit of Yves-inspired designs is proof that the maestro remains unmatched.
The overseas travel we so missed has brought a worldwide sensibility to new-season style. And no-one captures global glamour quite like Antik Batik. From Peru to Poland, Russia to Rajasthan, the original boho brand has roamed the four corners of the Earth, flavouring FW21 with its gloriously wearable wanderlust.
There’s something intoxicating about the dazzling shade known as International Klein Blue. Artist Yves Klein, who developed the pigment-rich paint colour, was certainly obsessed, and this season fashion is following suit, delivering an ocean of ultramarine designs. So, how deep is your love?
Make some noise for the smash-hit knit. Cosy doesn’t even come close; these designs are on fire, generating serious style heat with their dazzling colours and dizzying patterns. Think slinky dresses, statement vests and sweaters serving full-tilt swagger. Bring it on!
As with every area of our lives, workwear has pivoted to a new normal. Gone is dry formality and in its place comes a new sartorial freedom: think relaxed and inventive yet entirely office appropriate. Take your cues from Lucinda and Serena, as they style the new 9-to-5…