Anne-Sofie and Kim from Acne gave us a visit today.
With them they had some big walls, a gentleman mannequin and some lovely flowers.
In the end they made it work perfectly.
Acne has collaborated with London-based artist Daniel Silver to create a one-off capsule collection.
Featuring Silver’s prints the collection is described as using ”Fabrics are slightly raw and tribal in style, Daniel has a strong relationship with Africa and so we embraced this in the collection, there is painted leather, a lot of print and a lot of naive texture.”
Wedges, platforms, kitten heels, lamb wool lining, zips, metals, and military style – anything seems possible this season. So why not jump to it – the perfect article of clothing that doesn’t care about your weight, shape or skin colour. Here are some of my favourites for this autumn/winter.
ARE YOU READY BOOTS? START WALKING…
London Fashion Week is approaching with hasty steps – and as I’m sure a lot of you would love to experience a fashion show, why not join the live streaming of Acne’s womenswear show on Sunday the 19th.
Admitted – it’s not quit the same as the live experience, but not a bad second option at all either.
See invitation below and join ‘the club’.
Acne is set to open a new Acne store in London this month. Housed in the nineteenth century townhouse on Dower Street the store has three floors. Besides the men- and womenswear floors, the attic with its high ceilings and roof garden, will be home to the furniture and accessories ranges, in addition to regular installations and exhibitions. “It will be a place where customers to explore the Acne world,” elaborates Jonny Johansson, Acne’s creative director.
“This is the most important location we’ll ever do,” he reveals, who has named London as Acne’s flagship store.