Under the creative direction of Alasdhair Willis, the new collection was presented within a vast industrial space, filled with waterfalls created from sheet metal and scaffold. The installation represented two distant environments colliding, taking the audience on a journey from the city into the wilds of the Scottish Highlands, the birthplace of the brand. Continuing this journey, new footwear, ready-to-wear and accessories took to the runway, moving from quilting and Chelsea boots to faux fur, galoshes and prints inspired by lichens, rocks and minerals.
Printed and faux fur outerwear from the AW15 show
Models line up moments before appearing on the runway in new quilted designs and the Original Chelsea, a new Hunter icon
A model backstage in new lichen print outerwear and Creative Director Alasdhair Willis interviewed by press
Creative Director Alasdhair Willis backstage at the show
A wool donkey coat and new strata print clutch bag from the AW15 collection
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