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Having fallen in love with the bomber jacket's super-casj styling and wear-with-anything versatility, the trend tribe's not dropping the nineties staple anytime soon. But that's not to say it hasn't been refreshed for the new season. Plush velvet textures provide a goth-glam take on the trend, as a Victorian-inspired decadence takes centre stage on the catwalk, while indigenous tribal prints channel a sense of exploration in the form of large-scale florals and geometric patterns. Sports enthusiasts, on the other hand, will want to seek out AW16's athleisure movement; bombers take on a more relaxed shape, with luxe satin fabrics and high sheen finishes.
Bardots, bodysuits and crop tops remain the go-to styles as we transition to autumn, but it's time to trade in the colour-soaked hues of summer in favour of a more muted tonal palette. We're talking baroque blossoms, faded florals and dark brooding shades of black that channel this season's fling with all things decadent. Silk-like blouses tie at the front to provide outfit focal points, peplum smock tops adopt balloon styled sleeves in line with the current shift to a more oversized silhouette, and intricate lace detailing adds eye-catching detail to our latest off-the-shoulder shapes.
Nobody’s Child is a London-based fashion brand with a very simple belief:
that fast fashion doesn’t have to be synonymous with low quality or questionable manufacturing practices.
But we’ve always known that being an ethical brand would involve more than good intentions alone; it would require planning and infrastructure. Which is why, for the past ten years, we have been building our supply and production capabilities, putting everything in place so that today we weave and dye our own fabrics, design and produce our own prints, and make our garments in our own factories.
It’s because we control the entire process, that we can keep costs down and quality high - without having to compromise on our ethical standards.
We own factories in the UK, Europe and Asia. Our knitting plant, dye house, print facility and distribution centre are all based here in the UK. We design all of our clothes in our central London atelier and we shoot our imagery in our own photographic studios.