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This season, Flannels add fifteen exciting new women’s wear collections to our already extensive brand profile. Encompassing young innovative fashion labels, established diffusion lines, outerwear collections and cult accessories and footwear designers; these collections are all coming soon.


Some of the biggest names in contemporary fashion arrive at Flannels for Autumn/Winter 2013. T by Alexander Wang offers a nonchalant luxury aesthetic, with draped jersey, leather leggings and panelled dresses. Anglomania and Versus Versace both look to the current Punk trend, with safety pin and studded embellishments adorning dresses, jackets and jersey.


Cult brands take over our non-clothing collections with stand-out collections from three of the most-talked about designers this season. Alexander Wang’s bags are now iconic amongst the fashion set and he brings his most renowned studded styles, the Rockie and Rocco to Flannels for Autumn/Winter. Valentino’s Rockstud collection of bags and shoes fit in perfectly with the Punk trend whilst also achieving longevity with their sleek silhouettes. Finally, Jimmy Choo’s niece, Lucy Choi presents an elegant collection of pointed court shoes in glitter, printed and metallic fabrics.


The coat is this season’s staple piece. New designers including AI Riders on the Storm’s technical quilted jackets and Woolrich and Nigel Cabourn’s fur trimmed parkas add to our collection of casual outerwear.

And More …

It doesn’t stop there! We also welcome the DSquared mainline collection of ladylike dresses, classic denim and tailored jackets; alongside Paul Smith diffusion lines, Paul Smith Black and Paul by Paul Smith. Jacob Cohen’s luxury denim concludes the extensive list of new designers available at Flannels for AW13.

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