Le Kilt’s Samantha McCoach showed at legendary Soho music venue the 100 Club, and her collection took its cue from Garbage frontwoman Shirley Manson, borrowing its name from her famous track, “Stupid Girl.”

 

Kilts – all made in Scotland by a traditional manufacturer – came in navy Lurex-shot leopard jacquard and a monochrome weave with a gingham insert. There was a new minilength and McCoach also introduced tailored jackets paired with cropped pants in luxurious Linton Tweed. “It was all about regenerating timeless classics,” she said, “so you can buy into them as much at 21 as at 35.”

By  on September 19, 2015

Le Kilt’s Samantha McCoach showed at legendary Soho music venue the 100 Club, and her collection took its cue from Garbage frontwoman Shirley Manson, borrowing its name from her famous track, “Stupid Girl.”

 

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