Created by Joe Bates, Sid Bryan and Cozette McCreery, this tongue-in-cheek knitwear line turned to late TV personality Paula Yates for inspiration. Her brassy, kinky housewife style translated into twin sets galore, often worn with matching knit pencil skirts. A punk spirit came through via print motifs: wallpaper flowers mixed with big black dots and embroidered with clear plastic sequins; red and black leopard prints and stripes; and a vandalized portrait of Marie-Antoinette adorning the front of a ribbed sweater.

Created by Joe Bates, Sid Bryan and Cozette McCreery, this tongue-in-cheek knitwear line turned to late TV personality Paula Yates for inspiration. Her brassy, kinky housewife style translated into twin sets galore, often worn with matching knit pencil skirts. A punk spirit came through via print motifs: wallpaper flowers mixed with big black dots and embroidered with clear plastic sequins; red and black leopard prints and stripes; and a vandalized portrait of Marie-Antoinette adorning the front of a ribbed sweater.

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