Autumn/Winter 2014-15 Temperley London
LIKE last season, Alice Temperley journeyed to Italy to find inspiration for her autumn/winter 2014 collection, but this time took references from its ceremonial dress and ecclesiastical heritage instead of its sun-drenched coast.
“It all stemmed from a trip to Como and seeing all the beautiful religious robes and garments,” Temperley told us after the show. “I took all the jacquards from that to elevate the collection.”
For autumn/winter 2014 we’re seeing the Temperley London woman by day.
Dresses, coats and bandeau dresses covered in decorative prints – reminiscent of tile work from the aisles of ancient cathedrals – and particularly lovely quilted cropped jackets and flirty skirts all looked like pieces from the wardrobe of a grown-up hippy strolling down Portobello Road sifting through the market’s treasures – the stricter pieces like the sheer blouses, double-breasted A-line wool coats and crew-neck patterned jumpers acting as her staples for smart-casual dates and freelance meetings in the West End.
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