Looks from Twenty-seven names’ new Going Pro Winter 2019 capsule collection. Images supplied.
Twenty-seven names have just released the follow-up to their gorgeous Autumn collection and their winter range is a colour pop delight. Designers Anjali Burnett and Rachel Easting have complemented the spring green and cornflower blue of autumn with bright red, candy pink, blue and navy that are a colourful way to keep warm in the cooler weather. The range features oversized daisies on oversized sweaters, plenty of playful ruffles, an amazing cat camo print and some snuggly knits.
“Inspired by an article written by Mackenzie Wagoner on the women changing the face of skate boarding, the winter collection riffs on the idea of going out and asking for exactly what you want, as well as learning how to fall,” says Anjail. “We connected with the idea of these women working so hard for so long, and how the industry seems to be finally opening up to them (and the young woman who follow).”
“We started with a palette of pink and red, and added some BDE (Big Daisy Energy) with a custom print viscose. But the piece de resistance is really our Psychedelic puffer – or as I like to call it, Puff the Magic Jacket. Hide in plain sight with the cat camo print, digitally printed in Wellington and made in Christchurch with recycled Primaloft fill.”
It’s impossible not to feel pure joy when looking at or wearing this delightful range, which is full of winsome pieces that work in nicely to the TSN customer’s wardrobe. How could you not want to embrace skater girl style when it looks this good?