Tradition meets funk with this juxtaposition of exotic satin brocade, styled in a casual, brocade bomber jacket.
The jet black background has a giant, stylized, Japanese chrysanthemum in tones of deep Cerise with pale apple green leaves exploding around the flowers and highlights of a soft pinkish silver. There’s a subtle shine on this fabric that makes the colours come alive making this loud and proud design have a touch of “Donatella” glam about it – without the “Tack” factor, of course. She’s a classic “throw on as you run out the door” solution. The lining keeps it easy to slide on and off for those in-between days – between seasons.
She joins our Heirloom range and offers a unique style that you won’t see around as she is a limited edition run.
I know I’m going to love this easy to wear piece!
Charlotte joins our infamous range of Heirloom Jackets of the last few years – She’s reminiscent of a time gone by when elegant women would gather for a soiree and lounge in the salon and partake of cocktails…
The vintage floral bouquet print in sophisticated teal, emerald and stone on an ink-black velvet background pairs magnificently with our luxe Emerald Stripe Velour Jasmine pants.
Luxuriate in this Luscious Look
Our classic “Heirloom” Jackets are back – thanks to your demands – we do listen!
Timeless classics, that are a step up in the “jacket” territory. No boring black camouflage here!
Elegant long-line velvet coats that you won’t want to take off! Fully lined, they slide on with ease and totally transform your outfit. They have a subtle sheen from the light refraction on the velvet “pile” (industry speak for the fibres that stand up – much like carpet).
There is something special about the light refraction on satin fabrics – the multitude of tones as the light catches the different directions of the fabric weave allows for a depth of colour that seems supernatural.
A perfect palette for Autumn – Ochre and Khaki are the perfect pair to get in the mood for the much-anticipated cooling off, after a long hot summer; before we’re looking for cosy winter solutions.
A soft and sophisticated tone of khaki that sits with most colours – whether it’s other neutrals or contrast “complementary” colours in the ochre, fuchsia or purple tones.
The Khaki is what I call “colourless” – it’s only just looking khaki – not too bright. The lustre of the satin creates multiple tones of itself – letting it then pair with almost any colour.