AW19 Collection - Butterfly House
Butterfly house is inspired by the 1997 Album by Herbie Hancock and Japanese singer Kimiko Kasai titled ‘Butterfly’, combining elements of 1990’s streetwear with faux fur track suits, beanie hats, nylon jackets and dungaree’s with delicate and sometimes girly pieces for a contemporary feel. Butterfly designs in collaboration with award winning illustrator Jack Cunningham are incorporated into statement pieces in jersey and outerwear.
The Japanese Acer tree brings colour inspiration to the collection along with the common garden butterfly, the cabbage white. Butterfly patterned wings have inspired an own designed pattern that runs through the collection.
Fabrics include soft jumbo cords, jersey ribs, faux fur in caramel, acer, charcoal and ecru. Heavy cotton drill is used in jackets and trousers and has comfort stretch to make sure our customers are free to move and play. Denims are printed and washed to give a soft and worn in look.
Our new ‘Daily range’ of everyday staples are designed with same attention to detail, these are often designed with layering in mind and making it easy to team up outfits within the range. The range of trousers and shirts often chosen by our male customers has been extended to give a larger more distinct range of garments for boys.
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