A Closer Look: New Season Printed Dresses
This season our printed dresses explore everything from hand-painted, brushstroke blooms, to expressive dots and dapples, and rich golden foliage. And nothing let’s these come into their own more than our understated dress silhouettes. Let’s take a closer look at four of our favourite printed dresses and hear from Mark in our design team.
Our Women’s Printed Dresses
The Danova Print
Delicate golden leaves give our signature, super-soft bamboo and organic cotton jersey a real autumnal look.
“This print came from an antique swatch we sourced. It’s beautifully drawn and delicate and gives a sense of calm to the collection.” – Mark.
The gold-on-black also feels really smart (black’s a new thing for us so we hope you like it) yet, like all our organic patterned dresses, this dress is so incredibly comfy. So no need to compromise style for comfort.
The Monet Eva Print
Big, inky watercolour flowers and sketchy stems give an artist hand to this print – it’s actually straight from our designers’ sketchbooks.
“We wanted to develop a winter floral print but in a modern and unexpected way and designed this print to reflect the spontaneity and painterly approach key to the story which I think has worked really well – it brings a fun colourful element to your winter wardrobe.” – M.
The Renoir Print
We think this pattern is the perfect antidote to darker mornings and shorter days – liven up your wardrobe with its vivid, abstract blooms.
“Spot prints always are a favourite of ours and this print is a fresh and new interpretation. We love the simplicity and rich tones of colour and the unexpected flash of blue.” – M.
The Berenice Print
Graceful poppies pop against a smoke grey backdrop. Try layering this one, or our other organic printed dresses, over our stripe Ancher Top for a bit of extra warmth.
“We found this print in a vintage archive, it literally was a page from an artist’s sketchbook so perfect for the theme! It felt important to keep the sense of a ‘page’ by keeping the design in a square and putting it on a simple dress shape to really allow the artwork to shine.” – M.