Witty form meets function as the Anya Hindmarch Spring/Summer ’16 collection explores pattern and abstraction.
Utility – satisfaction experienced by the consumer of a good. Hindmarch Spring/Summer ’16. (photo – worklondonstyle)
A long time admirer of the Lucienne and Robin Day consultancy team’s 25 year designs for The John Lewis Partnership and the iconic John Lewis logo created by Hans Schelger, Anya celebrates their inspiration in this limited edition installation.
Artful incorporation of the John Lewis logo. (photo – worklondonstyle)
The Anya Hindmarch installation at Peter Jones. (photo -worklondonstyle)
Hindmarch is the only accessories designer to hold an on-schedule London Fashion Week show. Recent show highlights incorporated a 120-strong male choir, a giant mirrored kaleidoscopic set and floating models.
Light bulb Bathurst satchel and scarf. (photo -worklondonstyle)
Anya Hindmarch is known for collections that marry cutting-edge craftsmanship with wit and creativity.
Eloise and Jen welcome guests to the interactive installation at Peter Jones. (photo -worklondonstyle)
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