Today Zoe Jordan showcased a warm and wholly traditional collection presenting tweed wrap capes, chunky knit scarves, floaty satin dresses and unconventional millinery. Jordan chose the theme of Andalusia (a region in Spain,) for her Autumn/Winter catwalk, and aimed to team together femininity with masculinity. Pieces were made with modern tailoring but in an earthy palette of amber, camel, warm grey and burgundy with heavy use of tweed and cashmere that totalled a fiery autumnal feel. The main attraction proved to be the Spanish hats that Jordan put with most ensembles for an injection of androgyny. With this teamed with sly use of lace detail and satin, the transition from effeminate to boyish worked stylishly.
Jordan’s pieces were simple and classic with subtle accessorising in her chic use of leather belts and shoes. Her choice of hair and make-up styling was very cute using single plaits, dark eyes and rosy cheeks. The tailoring varied between languid and structured, meaning that she successfully embodies all characteristics of the region she was inspired from. Other fashion nods she included were sculptured shoulders, leather paneling and cocoon coats making her new collection both utterly chic and wearable.
Photos by Chloe Lock.