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—01. Engineered Garments.
—02. Margaret Howell & Needles.
We've recently updated our Looks section with three Spring-Summer '14 outfits. Assembled from items currently available at Inventory, they feature seasonal pieces from Engineered Garments, John Smedley, Needles, Margaret Howell and Arc'teryx Veilance; footwear from Haco Schuh, Tricker's and Sols; and accessories from Falke and South2 West8.
—01. Ribbed Bob Hat.
—02. Offset Dot Scarf.
In addition to a selection of shirting, outerwear and tailoring, and the knitwear which we recently featured, we also have a couple of great Margaret Howell accessories this season. Perfect for the transition from spring into summer, the cotton knit hat and linen scarf are both very light, but provide just enough added warmth.
—01. 100% cotton.
—02. Made in UK.
We've come to look forward to Margaret Howell's Saddle Neck Crew sweaters each season, but the lightweight cotton version is always a nice signifier of warmer months ahead. Perfect for summer evenings or throwing over your shoulders, it comes in a classic navy blue and a bright red, ideal for adding a little colour to your outfit.
Photography: Michael Hemy
Location: Suffolk, England
The Business of Fashion recently caught up with Margaret Howell at her Suffolk home to discuss the evolution of her brand, the eventual buyout by Anglobal and its growth, especially in Japan. The article underlines the importance she places on maintaining control of the creative output and offers some interesting insight on the business side of things.
Photography: Matt Hind
Photographer: Ellen Nolan
Photographer Matt Hind has captured another photographer, Ellen Nolan, modelling this season's MHL collection while she works. The naturally lit setting provides the perfect atmosphere to showcase the label's easy-to-wear pieces on a well-suited subject.
—01. Jacket exclusive to MHL shops.
—02. MHL x Canton Denim.
The Japanese Margaret Howell site has just released the latest MHL Style Book, featuring photography by Kiyotaka Hatanaka and styling by Yuriko E. The Spring-Summer '14 collection includes all the utilitarian basics you'd expect from MHL, while the variety of blues and muted tones keep the individual pieces as wearable as ever.
—01. Made in Japan.
This spring Margaret Howell has partnered up with Loopwheeler in Japan to create a small selection of sweats. The pack, produced for the MHL line, includes shorts, a crewneck and a hooded sweatshirt in grey and navy.