This season Margaret Howell has continued her ongoing collaboration with Koto Bolofo, shooting this Autumn's campaign in Italy in beautiful black and white. A narrative approach detailing the specialist production and finishing processes defines this season’s campaign, alongside Howell's signature barefaced androgyny. The campaign was styled by Howell herself and perfectly encapsulates the Margaret Howell characteristics of charming European style against moody minimalism. Eliza Cummings and Ben Allen star as fresh faces in beautiful tailoring. We love the continuity with Howell's previous campaigns by Bolofo and how enticing the collection looks, from conception to realisation.
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