February 19 2021 – Mercantile London
One of the new season moods offers up glimpses of romance and feminine details inspired by Victoriana, prairie-style, and folklore. Centred around the return to a slower approach, designers current attitudes are being inspired by various sources. Looking to the past, embroidery and lace draw their inspiration largely from heritage crafts and traditional skills passed down through generations. Floral printed cottons are inspired from the Victoriana revival of the 1970s and whilst silhouettes are given historical inspiration, they are also infused with a modern sensibility that make them practical and relevant for todays lifestyles. Timeless, wearable and able to suit people of all ages, these contemporary designs allow each item to flow comfortably from day through to evening designed with longevity in mind. The feeling is all about nurturing and wellbeing. Products that are ethical, animal and human friendly, are being added into our daily routine. Working in synergy with Mother Earth is best, so all natural, synthetic-free ingredients, organic where possible, is now the inclination.
Meadows BellFlower White Top // Yellow Gorse Organic Calm Balm // Shyla Thick Snake Chain // Meadows Daisy Hana Jeans // Meadows Sanne Biscuit Trouser // PF Candle Co No.33 Sunbloom Candle // Yellow Gorse Herbal Sleep Sachet // Shyla Pearl Drop Huggie // Meadows Mallow Toile De Jouy Shirt // Anna + Nina Confetti Gold Necklace // Tanaka The Aromatic Soap Bar // Le Bon Shoppe Cloud Honey Socks
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