London metropolis meets the Scottish highlands in an industrial set with man-made waterfalls. When a brand’s 159-year-old heritage is based on the British outdoors, the subject of weather is no longer just a conversation filler but one with great potential for romance and excitement.
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At Hunter Original this season, there was little to distinguish the boys from the girls. Poncho shapes, linear cuts and snoods created a gender-neutral shape and aura that the British do so well – even the guys had on wedged welly boots.
Textured lichen print is the season’s new camouflage as creative director Alasdhair Willis took inspiration from Scotland's nature – home to an abundance of lichen species. The garments came as close as possible to matching the beauty of the landscape whilst remaining fully functional.