Coats, knitwear, accessories and more became works of art this AW14 – with an array of designers using their clothing as canvases.
Christopher Bailey sent out his models in slouchy trench-coats and shearling jackets both decorated in gentle brushstrokes and Burberry’s handpainted handbags complimented the entire look, inspired by the Bloomsbury Set.
Temperley London made a slight departure from their signature showing of red-carpet-ready gowns to also create some modern art masterpieces. Inspired by trips to Italy and referencing its ceremonial dress and religious gowns, Alice Temperley covered her AW14 collection in decorative prints.
WALL London has also played with such craftsmanship this season, like our Handpainted Dropped Back Cardigan – a kimono shape with curved hem for ease of wearing in a multi-colour brushstroke print. It’s the perfect trans-seasonal piece and our cardigan of the season.
And our Handpainted Waterfall Cardigan with its striking design and neutral camel and grey tones is a winning combination.
This trend is about making a statement – so don’t shy away from print, colour and texture.
But if you just want to add a pop of watercolour to your existing wardrobe – try our bestselling Handpainted Scarf. In two amazing tonal shades, each item is uniquely handpainted and in 100% wool, adds that touch of soft luxuriousness to any autumnal outfit.
WALL London is also presenting knitwear pieces made from individually handpainted yarns such as our Handpainted Cardigan, oversized and created in 100% Andean Highland wool.