Catherine André is a testament to the art of knit. This season she draws inspiration from the European movements of the 19th century fin de siecle. Fine merino, mohair, and alpaca wools in pieces that could be paintings.
Also delivered this week, Elemente Clemente with its versatile technical fabrics. A high elastane content keeps this fabric neat and great for travel. Sewn with clean lines in sophisticated shapes. An end of the 20th century fin de siecle vibe to complement Catherine André.
Trousers in corduroy. Durable, light, richly coloured and COMFORTABLE! Styles in thick and fine wale cord will carry you through from now to next Spring.
Oska midnight blue short puffer over midnight blue featherwale corduroy trousers.
New Black Label and Rundholz Dip have landed. Deep crimson and charcoal grey colours Rundholz Dip this season. Glossy prints and subtle multicolours from Black Label.
Many Motion classics are back. Onesize tops, tees, and cardigans.
Vespas and Hudson pants are in, with a new Army green colour.
Early arrivals from Oska, including soft, garment-dyed cottons from Ischiko, by Oska.
Light cottons, soft twills, and new denim.