Journal

Autumn Winter 2022

This season we explored the beauty of place. We reflected on the state of stasis we were bound to due to the lack of travel, and how we all found a new appreciation for the British landscape.        This homegrown escapism was at the forefront of our minds.Artist Liz Dexheimer inspired our palette this season - her abstract landscapes convey a sense of place that goes beyond any particular location.Our collection is refreshing and upbeat, with an optimistic spectrum of apple green, dusty lilac, sunflower, and sky blue, which are anchored with earthy tones of rust, evergreen and midnight navy.     Tonal floral prints create a sense of calm as well as modernity, with our poppy apple...

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Spring Summer 2022

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...

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Working With Friends

There is always a joy when you collaborate with friends. The work always shines that little bit brighter due to a deeper level of connection and shared experiences.

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Spring/Summer 2021

This season is a tale of two halves. The early part was dreamed up in the King & Tuckfield studio in East London and was inspired by the elegant and discreet colour palettes Stacey remembers her parents wearing when she was a child.

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