Pomp and circumstance at Edward Crutchley.
Edward Crutchley’s Autumn/Winter 2017 presentation was all about lifting centuries-old craftsmanship into an altogether more current and chic realm.
Taking inspiration from an eclectic range of sources, references varied from Renaissance portraiture to MTV’s heyday of the 90s. Other references included archival English silks, Greek antiquities and Miss Marple’s fictional village of St Mary Mead, among others.
The collection features silk jacquards, pressed wool blanketing, high-shine nylon and the softest cashmere. There is no doubt that this trans-seasonal collection was designed with comfort in mind – the pyjama-style silhouettes, fleecy textures and slouchy thrown-together styling all echo this. PAUSE especially loves the burnt orange jacquard bomber.
Check out the Edward Crutchley Autumn/Winter 2017 collection in full below: