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LFW A/W14: Sister by Sibling

Sibling’s autumn collection is all about youthful fun!

Following the same lines as its autumn menswear collection, Sister by Sibling’s ready-to-wear collection is an explosion of crochet. But while the men merely carried grandma’s old blankets, the women were wearing them. The blast of knitwear and wide-brimmed hats gives the pieces a 70s flair, but the colours and shapes are modern enough to keep the collection from feeling stale or dated. Overall, Sibling’s autumn show is youthful and fun, an example of how to raid an old woman’s house and come out looking funky fresh.

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