Whether it is a picnic in the park or just a six-person meet-up in the garden, we all have a new summer dress-code. With that in mind, what better way to update your wardrobe than to explore our new warm-weather picnic edit.
Across womenswear, STORY mfg.’s hand-embroidered free-flowing dresses are the ideal partner for those hot summer days with their breathable 100% organic cotton, whilst Guatemalan lifestyle label Palorosa offers handwoven tote bag’s made out of recycled plastic for those picnic accessories. New York’s Lauren Manoogian might just have this season’s most desirable pullover, with her hand-loomed quilt-inspired patchwork pullover that has been crafted from premium prima cotton and merino wool, all naturally dyed using natural materials.
Never been one to trust the British weather? Japanese textiles label Noma t.d has you covered with their painter-inspired denim co-ord and oversized chore jacket perfect for those cooler nights. Other highlights include STORY mfg.’s box-fit ecru Short On Time jacket and hand-dyed navy Shore Jacket finding the balance between fashion and sustainability with their slow-made approach to design.
With the Spring/Summer 23 collections steadily rolling out, it’s time to introduce some of the new and exciting labels joining the Couverture roster this season.
Born at the intersection of cutting-edge technology, environmental consciousness and democratic design, Early Majority has seemingly emerged from nowhere, fully formed and intent on breathing new life into the fashion landscape.
To celebrate the arrival of cosy new winter collections at Couverture, we invited brand consultant and digital creator Brittany Bathgate to pop by the store for a catch-up and coffee whilst she was visiting West London from her hometown of Norwich.