Packing for a writer’s retreat.
Tousled hair and schoolboy skinny ties drew comparisons to those awkward, melancholic teenage boys in school with Oscar Wilde obsessions and literary dreams.
How they wore it:
Slightly slack blazers with regulation black boots, shirts untucked and topped with a bucket hat. Roll necks and collarless shirts the uniform of would-be philosophers.
Howell’s work wear aesthetic appeared in duffle coats and hooded jackets, coupled with the English gentlemen vibe of tweed suits. Her favoured palette of navy, cream and black remained true.
Talking Heads “Road to Nowhere”