The co-founders, dressed in nothing but a pair of distressed jeans and white shirts, humbly blushed when I told them how great of a job I think they've done with the collections this year. My husband also marveled at the two, especially when he discovered that Neville, the business mind behind the operation, was a banker before recreating himself as a denim/ luxury streetwear god.
In the past, I thought the label's pieces were a tad understated for my style, but this year the divine sweaters, capes, jackets, accessories and shoes invoke that effortless "I just landed in London and am ready to hit the streets" look. With the perfect felt, wide-brimmed hat and suede construction booties, the designers have touched upon and mastered all of the trends we'll be seeing during this year's cold snap.
|(Models in waiting)|
|(Mallory Zip Front Booties with chunky wool socks)|
|(Me posing in a floppy felt brim hat and sweater)|
|(Marcus and David chatting it up)|
(Clockwise from the top: 'Marais' Lambskin Leather Trim Silk Shirt; 'Edith' Pleated Skirt; Northfield Poncho; Marylebone Dress; Floppy Brim Fedora)