The Autumn/Winter 2018 Collection
Jan van Eyck, the work of the Early Netherlandish painters, formed the colour palette and mood of the winter 2018 collection.
1940’s couture inspired the silhouettes of Powney’s collection where cutting garments away from the body that began to trend in the ’20s further adapted to more experimental shapes and women dressing for themselves characterized a modernist era and a free-spirited approach as woman gained their freedom and independence.
Our campaign features pieces from the No Frills sustainable collection, the sustainably focused evening capsule, and our mainline.
A specially created jacquard from organic cotton and mulesing-free wool comes in the form of a double-breasted, wide-legged trouser suit as well as the Emmie off-the-shoulder dress with puffball sleeves.
The signature Webb coat in recycled wool features alongside the more slimline Lester coat in tan from the evening wear collection.
Our much-loved pyjamas can be found in a dark rose print or covered in gilded lions.
Handcrafted hats created by Prudence for Lock couture and Jewellery by Gillian Horsup from her Aladdin’s cave of decades of jewellery design and archives.