History of the designer
Hailed as the 'antithesis of fast fashion', Colville is the brainchild of former British Vogue fashion director and stylist Lucinda Chambers and Marni designers Molly Molloy and Kristin Forss. Colville takes its name from the West London street that David Hockney frequented in the 1970s — an instant touch point of the label's culturally informed aesthetic. Colour, texture and longevity are the foundations of the label's modern wardrobe offering. Expect supremely crafted statement pieces mixed with timeless essentials from bold sweaters to standout coats.
Wool Wool 69%, Cotton 31%
Estimated between 02/12/2022 and 09/12/2022