Another example of Bernhard Willhelm's complex pattern making creating effortless garments. This tunic has an elegant cowl neck with side panels wrapping towards the front to create front facing armholes. All in a beautifully slinky jersey.
Asymmetrically draped dress with in a mix of sheer silk georgette and heavier viscose crepe fabrics. The front curves up above the knee and drops dramatically at the sides and back. The shoulder cut out can double as another armhole allowing multiple styling opportunities.
Beautiful oversized short sleeve romper, with large brown lozenge buttons that go from front to back and are opened to crete neck opening (meaning it can be quite high, quite low or low at the back and higher at the front). A relaxed, thrashable piece in a soft cotton chambray.
A stunning dress that will look just as good on your wall as it will on your body - although possibly not for the faint-hearted! The centre front and centre back close with a number of brightly colour ties and have purple banana shaped pouches hanging off (that are removable). The front also features 2 printed pockets that are also removable. The checkered fabric also features a number of multi coloured printed paint splats.
Stunning wrap dress in a permanently crumpled crepe de chine. The dress features cleverly cut shoulder detailing and a large bow on the back (that can be flipped over the head towards the front). Great worn open as a dramatic kimono style coat or crossed over and worn as a dress.
Very raw, deconstructed dress with open sides with long ties that can be laced through embroidered eyelets. The dress features a large blue circular print and embroidered bird and a removable front pocket. A beautiful, breezy Summer dress.
Despite this dress being a size small, it would comfortably fit anyone up to a 14.
Incredible floaty dress with a large inserted square panel in the front that collapses down to create beautiful drape, the dress is cleverly constructed from numerous panels - all in a beautifully liquid coral coloured rayon jersey.
Essentially two long rectangular panels that are joined to create a dress/tunic with incredible drape. The piece features multiple circular screen prints, an embroidered bird in flight and a patch featuring a text message conversation describing how to make banana bread... which, FYI, is completely removable. The sleeve and main hem are all finished with a beautiful picot stitching.
Artfully draped cotton/linen dress with circular screen print, embroidered circular details and a removable patch stating "celebrating randomness" written on the print of a banana. Hems, armholes and neckline are left raw for a subtly deconstructed look. A stunning piece, incredibly constructed, and should be gracing your walls when it's not on your body.
Jojo Ross is known for her complex, sci-fi inspired one-off garments, garments that have seen her work featured as Vogue Italia’s 100 designers to watch and published in numerous international publications and it's easy to see why with this incredible jacket. The Digital Love jacket is a feat of fashion architecture with it's clever construction, deft pattern cutting and pneumatic curves kept rigid by stiff fusing - all with impeccable finishings. Do not miss out on this.
Fabric: 60% cotton, 37% polyester, 3% spandex
Size 8 measurements: 78cm waist (total), 54cm neck to hem Size 10 measurements: 82cm waist (total), 54cm neck to hem Size 12 measurements: 86cm waist (total), 54cm neck to hem
Unisex, long sweatshirt in a cosy brushed sweatshirting with rib cuffs and a straight hem with small splits. Features a bright coloured embroidered illustration of a severed finger, which somehow looks kind of... cute!