AW16 Photoshoot - Behind the Scenes

July 07, 2016

This season, we drew our inspiration from beautiful tweeds created by mills in Yorkshire, reflecting the brand's British heritage. Tweed is inherently a cool weather fabric, which is both functional and very flattering when combined with elegant draping, pleating and asymmetry.

Our photoshoot was held in a beautiful photography studio in East London. We covered flats in our classic British wool which created clean backdrops.

Take a look below for some behind the scenes shots of our lovely model Anne. We have so many new and exciting styles to come in Autumn/Winter 2016!

 

 






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