"It's always about a British girl in New York," Neville said backstage after the spring/summer 2013 runway show. But it's what he and Wainwright layer on top of that initial seed that elevates their collections from monotony.
This idea materialised via floaty lightweight jackets, motor cross-inspired quilted outerwear, and their signature slouchy, tapered pants - this time with geometric inserts. The duo was also thinking of Bedouin dress, and its Arabic influences could be seen in a dusty, sand-toned palette, wispy head wraps, and draping, voluminous tops, some of which resembled tunics of the Middle East, while others called to mind oversize men's dress shirts, a play on label's fondness for a play on the masculine-feminine.
It's one of my favorite show at this season.