AW19 Behind the Scenes
|With autumn fast approaching, we're giving you an exclusive peek behind the scenes of our AW19 photoshoot.|
|As always, our new collection comprises of staple dresses, tailored co-ords and chic separates, all designed to be worn individually now and layered later in the season. Expect autumnal shades such as damson, green and navy, mixed with splashes of bright rosehip, orange and cobalt. Outfits with strong colour palettes are winter wardrobe must-haves to brighten the bleak days that come with this season.|
|We’re keeping our AW19 prints and luxury jacquards under wraps for now… but think office-appropriate yet fun, with a touch of sparkle. Keep your eyes peeled as they’re guaranteed to be a sell out!|
Our hair and makeup artist Kelly has perfected the minimalist yet polished look appropriate for the office, while our gorgeous model Valerya effortlessly captures the demeanour of the professional power woman.
We were so lucky with the timing of our photoshoot as a week earlier Valerya would have been modelling our winter layers during a record-breaking British heatwave.
|British accessories brand Wolf and Moon accented our AW19 shoot with a selection of contemporary earrings that complement our winter wardrobe to perfection.|
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