LFW: House of Holland

Harris Tweed tailoring was given a sexed-up edge with wipe-clean, patent collars at House of Holland as the designer and his team paid their respects to old ladies everywhere.
Lady of the manor knits encrusted with oversized pearls drummed up the perfect ideal of country living, while high-waist, tweed trousers were beautifully cut and conjured up nostalgic memories of the 1970s -
(for those who could remember).
A budgerigar print, and a crochet quilt print -in high sparkle glitter - both depicted favourite old lady past-times, while gorgeous bags by Katie Hillier were roomy enough for the more mature lady to fit her knitting needles in.
For a full round up of LFW collections including Christopher Kane, Burberry and Giles Deacon, pick up a copy of the March 5 issue of Drapers

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