Have the boisterous prints and patterns that decorated almost every fashion collection from SS12 left you reeling for something a little more understated and sophisticated for the Autumn season? If so, then upcoming individual brand Priory of Ten may be feeding your fashion hunger for the remainder of the year.
Launched at the beginning of last season, the range oozes a certain quality in design that is seemingly difficult to find on the high street with fast-fashion being so prominent within the industry. But with a strong yet subtle appearance, Priory of Ten boasts a collection that heavily features some of the most desiderate wardrobe pieces for any fashion-savvy individual.
Here at The Upcoming, we're simply loving the geometric shapes in simple monochrome. Beautiful fabric cuts create a desired silhouette. Drape trousers worn with billowing sleeved shirts and structured tailored jackets are key whilst cut-about dresses showing midriffs and the tops of shoulders add a chic element to an understated, simple range.
Drawing inspiration from a variable amount of creative and cultural sources, the most notable influences come straight from the designer catwalk. The structure of 3:1 Philip Lim, the sophistication of Preen and the cut of Jil Sander, whilst dubbing Yang Li as their number one
designer to watch out for.
Tailoring their collections specifically for their growing customer range, the Priory of Ten team also take to the streets to unearth inspirational styling. From men's quirky tailored suiting through to females channelling slouchy sportswear, it's clear to see that the brand have a real ethic for wearable futurism.
Shop the stunning range for Autumn Winter 2012 online at www.prioryoften.com Which pieces are you adding to your fashion wish list?
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