As we transition into Fall/Winter 2020, Iris & Ink continues to offer timeless essentials for every woman's wardrobe. With reassuring familiarity, the collection is comprised of stylish and versatile pieces that inspire; offering its renowned range of iconic essentials, seasonal styles and forever pieces crafted from premium-quality materials.
As a contemporary nod to the trends, sculptural tailoring is reimagined in culottes and jumpsuits, with oversized outerwear and 70s scarf-print dresses set against reworked knitwear, while butter-soft leathers, classic tweeds, herringbones and cashmere all emphasize the brand's refined aesthetic.
Hero pieces include leather aviators and suede separates in rich browns, checked tailoring, luxurious knitwear and graphic silk prints - all in new, exciting silhouettes. Moreover, a subtle yet modern bourgeois feel is embodied through the appearance of pussy-bow blouses, pleated midi skirts and suiting.
This understated and sophisticated collection is infused with a traditional autumnal palette of earthy browns, rusts and grey tones. Pops of color shine through in primary reds, blues, and greens, but with all shades seamlessly complementing each other and the season.
In addition, the collection offers a range of practical yet stylish footwear and accessories. From snake-print knee-length boots and bold barely-there sandals to chunky military boots, all perfect for work or play. An array of gold-tone jewelry offers the perfect finishing touch.
“We are excited to embrace the Fall Winter season with IRIS & INK’s new collection. Quality remains at the forefront of the brand and is celebrated with leather pieces in rich brown and earthy tones, luxe knitwear, fine silks and timeless tailoring. I particularly love this season’s edit as I tend to embrace an autumnal palette all year round. I love wearing midi dresses, crisp tailoring and jumpsuits and I’ll certainly be investing in this edit of iconic essentials, which will ease me into the new season in style.” – Vikki Kavanagh, Managing Director, THE OUTNET