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 green floral motif set against a bold evergreen background.
We also looked to our core shapes with a fresh lens, modernising them with exaggerated cuff ties and lapels. Staying true to our roots, we sought to combine the past and the present by taking inspiration from street style and tone-on-tone looks, as well as vintage references.
"This homegrown escapism was at the forefront of our minds."
For our knitwear collection, we sought to build upon the success of our traditional handmade techniques, weaving intricate crochet stitches and lattices into new textures and surfaces. These principles of honest practises, innovative techniques, and human connection tie back to King & Tuckfield’s founding vision.
Autumn/Winter presents a heavily layered collection that explores the concept of timeless style by playing with proportions and shapes in a distinctly unique way.
We hope our pieces bring you a sense of comfort and joy, wear after wear.