Designer Miriam Lehle likes to take her inspiration from certain materials which catch her eye.
This season it started with a blue curtain which she cut into pieces to create something new
and woven shoe leather.
The shoe leather became black oblong patches edged with brown leather stitching and adorned plain black trousers and skirts in neat rows giving a cool beatnik appearance
Lehle also ingeniously changed this leather in to black and brown speckled pheasant-like feather fringing in both short and long lengths.
The shorter fringing brought a raw edge to flapper style 60s shift dresses and below the knee pencil skirts. Loving the leather fringed cuff.
And the longer fringing brought a Wild West boho feel.
The blue curtain became a delicate overlay of skeletal wispy threads kept together by panels covering dresses and tops.
A true autumnal palette of browns, rusts, dark reds and intense dark blue.
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