All Saints fashion is iconic! The hot and happening collection explores the metamorphosis of the district in East London where the brand has been established for 22 years now. The new silhouettes evoke this endless horizon where contemporary skyscrapers intertwine to replace the factories in crumbling red bricks. Presented at London Fashion Week, the resulting collection is a uniform without uniformity. Its rigor is softened by slight touches of femininity. Military-inspired mesh coexists with silk M-65 jackets accented with floral prints. Who wouldn’t fall in love? Don’t miss the classic menswear codes redefined in modern, fitted cuts. And the outerwear is clad in English tweeds while the animal prints are camouflaged. The iconic Biker Jacket is embellished with sheepskin inserts and fluted leather trim, in oversized, short-sleeved or narrow, belted cuts. This ongoing process of deconstruction, redefinition and assembly reflect the ever-changing landscape of eastern London for a new collection evoking both the past of London and the brand while defining the present and future. The collection is a love letter to the past, present, and future of East London. After sifting through the entire collections, you will be marked by the flannel shirt that fashionistas love to flaunt. This shirt is entirely made of cotton and is soberly variegated with some contrasting colors including pink, ash and blue. The selvage, collar and shoulder width are covered with corduroy lining giving the shirt a vintage touch. The combination of these two materials (cotton and corduroy) not only gives this piece a very textural aesthetic but also makes it a choice of materials suitable for the seasonal transition. Corduroy was very popular and it is once again a key trend this year. The flannel shirt will be easy to integrate into your wardrobe, giving you great flexibility in combination. Excited to shop? Click on All Saints coupon code for further reduction.
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