• Mega cute stuff from new brand @littlesunnybiteyoppy
  • Cute clutch from @peachesandcream_xxx new recommendation thanks to @reishito !!!
  • Sasquatchfabrix S4 pyjama look
  • Pleats Please roses
  • Karaoke dunce cc @tommyton @Steve_Salter @junsukeyamasaki @mrstreetpeeper @rila_fukushima

There's been such a focus on Amy Winehouse's posthumous collaborative collections with Fred Perry that I don't think I've seen enough of a proper light shone upon Richard Nicoll's second Laurel Wreath Collection for Fred Perry.  Nicoll's debut collection for Fred Perry was an absolute delight, combining Teddy Girl dressing with a delicious colour palette that was Nicoll through and through.  They must have been happy enough to come back for more and I think Nicoll has actually managed to top the last one with this A/W 11-12 collection inspired by French Left Bank female beatniks.  He's crossed the channel to look at another sub culture but it's no less interesting to investigate what can be a very hackneyed theme. 

More importantly, it's the variety of textures and 'sumptuous-ness' that is ingrained into the collection that makes me want all of this.  Conveniently, the whole collection is pretty much available to buy now on Fred Perry as well as on ASOS so there's none of that nonsense of yearning after lookbook images with no light at the end of the shopper's tunnel.  Everything looks suitably sturdy for fall with patent jackets and satchels, angora sweaters, wool check in shades of navy and burgandy that as a combination, I jsut can't quite get out of my head at the moment.  It's difficult to work in themes of 'heritage' without it coming off as disingenuous but Nicoll has placed the laurel aptly (and interestingly – it appears in a wonderful intarsia knit…) and ensured that the silhouettes are fitting with Fred Perry's aesthetic.  I'm tempted to say that wearing this stuff head-to-toe is the way to go, espcially when it comes to the combination of a burgandy patent skirt, a wool Harrington jacket and a beige angora knit.  It's an outfit that needs to go out in autumn to do a bit of leaf crunching, preferably with a pair of loafers and chunky socks…

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Comments (20)

  1. Cristina says:

    What a fantastico color palette! I adore Richard Nicoll and I actually agree with your comment on wearing it head to toe. Navy and patent burgundy are now stuck in my mind.
    http://mostlyclothes-cristina.blogspot.com/

  2. I love the pattern and colour! I also love your blog!!
    Mia

  3. Clodagh says:

    Great clothes, great palette, but I wish they’d used a model who looked legal. This is a cross-generational look, which is clever & commercial, but these images will automatically make me feel like mutton if do decide to invest

  4. Give me anything schoolgirl and I am on board. Mad for plaid.
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  5. Amazing clothes! This color palette is making me rethink my black-centered wardrobe!
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  6. Paprika says:

    Sweet! like a pie!

  7. Haidee says:

    Love these outfits love your blog :)
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  8. Elisa Eymery says:

    I like the patent and shearling jacket a lot. I also really liked the striped jumper with the red pattern, but then I realised it was a gigantic Fred Perry logo. I like that they used a model with a curly bob, it’s a nice, different look.
    Elisa
    thebod.clothing
    http://thebodclothing.blogspot.com/

  9. gui says:

    I love your blog! Btw, many blog talk about it but not you apparently :) miss nothing, check the last campaign from Lanvin
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  10. Absolutely gorgeous! I never liked Fred Perry but this collection really makes me impressed, big time! Very very chic and classy especially the tarten motif.
    Shan @ Orchira
    http://www.orchira.co.uk

  11. Anna Silk says:

    gosh!the collection is an eye addiction!
    xoxo from Portugal*
    anna silk
    trendanalogy@blogspot.com

  12. La Perle says:

    I am loving the hair! I just moved to Paris and want to get my hair done, but am clueless as to where to go.
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  13. Afroza K. says:

    I am a semifinalist for a Vogue Competition…Brian please can you take a couple of minutes to go here http://www.vogue.com/vogue-daily/article/fno-style-setter-grand-prize-voting/ all the way down to discussion box – just register – log in- and then leave a comment and write something about nice about “Set Six”. Please please please…make my dreams come true!!

  14. S.P says:

    I like the sweaters (especially the one with the laurel? around the neckline) and the blue shirt.
    Strut Mode

  15. mark says:

    hi,,
    i love the colour combinations used here…perfect…the styling for the models attire in skirts is really smart..
    nice blog..
    http://www.theamazingmodels.com/

  16. Amber says:

    I really love this kind of style. It’s very chic, clean cut and sharp, and it just always works. I wish that I could pull off this style, but I just can’t! I can dress in the clothes, of course, but I feel like it doesn’t really reflect me and my lifestyle. Wish it did, though! I love love love it all!

  17. Shan You says:

    I cannot find the clothes featured here on their official website, could you give us link where to buy please?
    Shan @ Orchira
    http://www.orchira.co.uk

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