Mr and Mrs Stitch welcome back a fond favourite, High this season. Established in 2007 by Claire Campbell. High portrays a style for the working fashionable women who is confident and intelligent. Derived from the theme ‘Everyday Couture’ Claire Campbell keep in mind that because women are always on the go it would be very fitting to design pieces that are not only intelligently designed to suit this purpose but are creative, beautiful with a hint of romanticism. This pre fall High treats us to a very autumnal red rayon blouse. With lace applique and a grosgrain tie. Complete with button front fastening, adorned with red mother of pearls buttons. This blouse is perfect for dressing up or down with a pair of jeans or suit trousers. If you want to dress to impress the multi- coloured, shirt- dress is the garment with this very effect. Embellished with a row of ruffles and long sleeves with button cuffs for a very elegant finish. In coherent to the theme of clothing the working women High designed leggings to serve that very purpose. Made with stretch nylon and complete with a high silver waistband. They are very practical and perfect for whatever your day entails. Claire Campbell does not disappoint with her collections each season. Described as “handmade everyday couture” her garments are intricately made and attention to detail is key. Her designs are innovative, and her pieces are distinguishable. This season sees her revitalising her popular JAUNTY skirt pant in a navy and grey stripe cotton wool mix with an asymmetric front pleat with a loose pant leg finished with a cord, chain and Pompom accessory. Other outstanding pieces include the BRILLIANCE abstract shirt dress and the deep red MEMORY blouse both featuring autumnal colours and fine fabrics. Her pieces can be worn formal or layered with her signature knits for a cosy winter look.
High was created in 2007 by British designer Claire Campbell who left a famous French fashion house to begin her own label. Her designs are instantly recognisable without seeing her label or logo sewn into the back of each garment. The designer really pays attention to detail in each of her designs and each garment is intricately handmade.