Temperley Autumn Winter 21 riffs on the late ’60s and early’ 70s revolutionary spirit. Fizzing with adolescent exuberance and influenced by icons of musical style. Temperley Autumn Winter 21, an homage to freedom in spirit, mood, and imagination, calls for optimism for a stronger, lighter, bolder tomorrow.
Tailoring for the season takes a different turn, extending to create several looks with more distinct, taking the Temperley woman from day to night. Cotton corduroy tailoring from the Genevieve novel, offered in skirts, jumpsuits, and mini dresses, finished with braid trim and embossed gold buttons. The denim and leather suits contain Alice’s favorite looks.
The three-piece Italian velvet Clove suit is also available in rich new color offerings for the season, echoing Hendrix‘s heady Purple Haze, back to popular demand.
Knitwear is reimagined for the season in dazzling hues of caramel, plum and forest green, along with decadent leopard jacquard. In colder climates, the soft merino cable knit Calloway cardigan coat and matching sleeveless rollneck mini dress bear the ’70s songbird look. The softness contrasts with the seasonal leather offerings, such as the Rebel jacket embroidered with strong firework motifs and embellished with heavy studs.
The rock and roll era mixes with an Art Nouveau resurgence, through the lens of the late 60s. Stylized petals, blooms, and interlacing leaves dance over luxurious fabrics. Inspired by psychedelic posters and record covers, hand-painted peonies, poppies, serpentine stems, and acid-tinged foliage weave their way throughout the chiffon and hammered silk of the Lautrec and Avril print stories.
This season’s eveningwear gives a nod to the 1970’s and Studio 54, shimmering sequins in flowing forms, frills, and flared silhouettes in lame gold and leopard printed filcoupe. The Colette jumpsuit with the matching kimono is sure to be a firm favorite of the Temperley tribe, taking center stage.
The Somerset story sees entirely sustainable and waterproof outerwear made only minutes away from the West Country HQ of Temperley. The Jurassic Coat, lined in cozy fleece and designed from organic cotton, was inspired by the love of Alice of the Dorset coast and the need for a chic waterproof mac as a truly necessary wardrobe by the Kingsbury.
“I am so happy with this focused collection, including lots of core shapes that we love paired with directional newness. I am most excited by the fully-sustainable outerwear inspired by country life and the organic cotton Temperley tribe hoodies – all made locally in the UK. There are lots of separates, knits and beautiful prints. I adore the casting for this look book (shot by Carla Guler) and think Ella Richards and Avril Guerrero embody it perfectly.”
Photographer – Carla Guler @carlaguler, Models: Ella Richards – Kate Moss Agency @ellarichardsr, Avril Guerrero – Models 1 @_avril_guerrero
Stylist – Hannah Teare @hannahteare, Videographer – Mitch Corrigan @mitch.corrigan, Hair – Hiroshi Matsushita @mr.hiroshi.matsushita
Make Up – Siddhartha Simone – Julian Watson Agency @siddharthasimmone