W Is For Wayne

Wayne Autumn Winter 2014-15

I love the name Wayne for a fashion label, it makes me smile every time I hear, say, or see it (im easily pleased), I think it would make a great name for a Cat…. of course a very stylish Cat.

Wayne Autumn Winter 2014-15


Anyway enough procrastinating, Waynes’ Autumn Winter collection is our W for designers to know/watch. This collection is cool, quirky and easy to wear. I love the cooling blue, grey, gold and camel colour palette. The androgynous feel to the way the clothes have been cut and styled, and how they make it look effortlessly sexy. The use of full skirts, full length coats to bomber style coats, thick knits and even Flared trousers!! This collection has a mass appeal, and for good reason.



Wayne Autumn Winter 2014-15

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T= Temperley London

Temperley London Autumn Winter 2014-15
Temperley do stunning, jaw dropping beautiful dress that you can’t help to A, Love B, Wish to at least touch/try on and C, just want to stare at… Or is that just me?
 This season they wanted to try a new direction and took inspiration from Italian ceremonial dresses and ecclesiastical heritage instead of its sun drenched coast. With the jacquard print taken directly from ceremonial robes. This collection is more for the Temperley Women by Day. 
Temperley London Autumn Winter 2014-15
Dresses, coats and bandeau dresses covered in decorative prints – inspired by the 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.

Temperley London Autumn Winter 2014-15

“I wanted to push things in a new direction with separates, tailoring and suiting to make it more contemporary,” the designer revealed. “I want more day-wear and not to be so evening focused right now.”
It’s a bold move for a brand that has cultivated such a strong identity as the go-to for black-tie events and A-list weddings, but one that looks sure to pay off. This is a collection that has got the Temperley after-dark signature but satisfies 24-7.