Behind the Prints of our March Collection
Our March collection features a range of bold, colourful prints. One of the key inspirations for this season was the work of Natalia Goncharova, a Russian artist from the 18th century. Goncharova was a trailblazer in the avant-garde movement at the time; creating abstract, experimental work. Our design team took a trip to the Tate Modern to collate their research and seek inspiration for our SS21 collection. Read on to discover more about the prints from this collection.
The Estelle Print
Goncharova was influenced by folk art and textiles, which is reflected in our Estelle print. Featuring floral, folk motifs, this bold piece is guaranteed to make a statement.
The Sylvia Print
Featuring soft, neutral tones, the Silvia print reflects the avant-garde style of Goncharova's work. This beautiful, timeless print pairs perfectly with denim or a neutral skirt.
The Elsie Print
With bold colours reminiscent of Goncharova's work, the ditsy flowers from the Elsie print promise to bring Spring to mind. These small, contemporary florals will look stylish in your wardrobe from season to season.
The Babuska Print
Drawing on Goncharova's architectural work, the large-scale motifs found in the Babushka print were hand-painted by our team of talented print designers in our north London studio. This unique print can be found on a range of our products this season.