1971, exiled in France and creating one of their most infamous albums 'Exile on Main Street' The Rolling Stones began to develop a unique style which evolved during this well documented period.
Experimenting musically spilled over into their attire, stamping a very British edge on their look, they combined a Bohemian eccentricity with a dandy elegance.
Introducing Autumn / Winter 2012 Pretty Green draws on this theme and tunes in to some key elements that embodied the ethos of those heady days back in '71.
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The Black Label collection uses references throughout this era, but with a very modern interpretation. Classic shapes such as a single breasted peak collar jacket are reworked in a Japanese Leopard Jacquard. The use of clever layering, mixing patterns with Paisley, gives a psychedelic style that’s French Rivera meets Keith Richards. Beautifully made placket front fine knits are woven from the finest and most delicate rabbit fur and angora.
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Green Label is a more relaxed silhouette but still retains that certain rock and roll edge but in a more off beat way. A casual feel prevails in items such as the classic parka and cool denim jackets, suits are teamed with roll necks for a more paired down approach. Style detail’s such as paisley trim seams, mismatch patterns and batik prints finish the range.
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