This season we explored the roots of our brand, in which two worlds collide. We reflected on the legacy of World War Two, and the strength of character as our forefathers fought for a better future.
And we explored the beauty of dance, admiring the iconic duo Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev, who created one of the most magnetic partnerships in ballet history. Fonteyn and Rudolf are the perfect muses for our Spring Summer collection, which draws inspiration from their natural style aesthetic and the twists and wrappings of ballet cardigans and pumps.
Costume designers traditionally used vivid tones such as red, orange and yellow to create visual expression when ballet dancers performed on stage. We explored this concept, pairing the bright hues with a utilitarian palette of camel, sand and toffee. Our bold statement print was created through energetic brush strokes and splatter marks, capturing the expressive movement and rhythm of dance.
For our knitwear collection, we focused on traditional handmade techniques and crochet. These principles of honest practises, innovative techniques and human connection tie back to King & Tuckfield’s founding vision.
Longevity, craftsmanship and freedom are at the core of our Spring Summer collection. From elongated silhouettes to fitted bodies that accentuate the human form, we have a fluid array of shapes and styles. Effortless and versatile, the garments can be layered or worn separately, dependent on your mood.
This collection of keepsakes will stand the test of time.