Creative director Wil Beedle delivered another strong collection for AllSaints’ cool, metropolitan kids.

He found inspiration on the edgy East London streets around his atelier. The ever-evolving collages of posters decorating the neighborhood walls were reference for the arty print on the front of a sleeveless silk-and-wool turtleneck matched with a knee-length leather skirt, while grids of the city’s skyline were reproduced on a textured asymmetric silk dress.

While pants and skirts were cut in AllSaints’ usually slim silhouettes, the best outerwear was delivered in generous volumes. A bonded motorcycle coat came in raw-cut leather and a collarless shearling overcoat featured leather inserts on the shoulders.

Beedle filtered the same idea into his men’s lineup. Here, graphic details were found in leather stripes on a cable-knit sweater worn under a clean double-breasted coat. For a more functional look, there was a boxy wool button-front single-pocket jacket with leather inserts.

Creative director Wil Beedle delivered another strong collection for AllSaints’ cool, metropolitan kids.


He found inspiration on the edgy East London streets around hisatelier. The ever-evolving collages of posters decorating theneighborhood walls were reference for the arty print on the front of asleeveless silk-and-wool turtleneck matched with a knee-length leatherskirt, while grids of the city’s skyline were reproduced on a texturedasymmetric silk dress.

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