Anya Hindmarch is hot for hygge this season and looks completely taken with all things Scandinavian. Her inspiration was Swedish folk art and this showed up in a stylised and simplified version as leather patches on wool and felt coats (some with impractical cut-out shoulders) and bag straps. Fur and shearling abounded from head to toe and showed up as stoles, collars, hats and on shoes, often in bright colours. Sensible, but covetable, sandals and clogs were paired with thick, woollen socks to ensure that toes will be kept warm this autumn. Most pieces hit well above the knee including large bloomers that were paired with chunky knits and knitted rompers. We loved the colours: not quite pastels, but a more modern take on blues, teals, rust and pink.
|Images | Luca Tombolini|