The camel and beige love affair continues for Hannah MacGibbon.
The caped and pared back story carved out by the S/S 10 collection seemed to seamlessly continue on into this A/W 10-11 collection. Beige was still very much the staple colour and the sophistication level was ramped up further motioning to the 70s styles that we've been seeing a lot of this season. The shapes of trousers are therefore loose, flared and slouchy. The jackets and coats are cut in a softly oversized manner all the better for wearing on the shoulders with the sleeves hanging. Underneath jerseys, satins and cashmere all contribute to a tactile collection with little diversions to harder elements such as a slouchy black leather tracksuit set or a matador jacket and velvet fronted jeans with gold embroidery. Bags were also similarly kept slouchy with a drawstring style introduced.
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