Entries in MHL (27)
—01. Contrast face cotton.
—02. Made in Portugal.
Margaret Howell's collections don't often feature a lot of bright colours, but the summer rain jacket is a classic reference to bring out a nice pop of yellow. The simple zip-up anorak is a great casual jacket for the current climate.—Available at South Willard
—01. Indigo dyed cotton.
Simple, comfortable and easy to wear - that would describe the majority of the MHL collection. The indigo dyed crewneck is an especially easy piece. Whether you wear it over a t-shirt or a BD oxford, its versatile, nice for layering and has enough character to stand alone.
—01. Inspired by function and utility.
—02. Sunlight and stripes.
Shot on location at the Japan Lutheran College by Kiyotaka Hatanaka, the MHL Spring-Summer '12 look book has been doing the rounds on various blogs and websites over the last few days. And understandably so: the clothes, styling, light and location all work together to portray a look and mood that perfectly encapsulates the MHL line.
—01. Available in Yellow & Navy.
Margaret Howell's spring collection includes some beautiful knitwear and shirting, as usual, but the MHL accessories are often the unsung hero. The packable rain hat this spring is made from 80% cotton and 20% PU, making it lightweight, functional and it also happens to stow away rather easily when needed.
—01. Two styles, three colors.
Simple, well made garments. Something you can wear everyday, buy every season - maybe in a different color, weight or fabric. A key staple to your personal uniform, another season of MHL.
—01. Charcoal Military wool.
On my quick stop at the new MHL shop in London, I noticed one piece that stood out. It's now on sale, making it especially enticing at the moment. The blanket check lining combined with the charcoal Military wool works well. The cut of the jacket is classic Marget Howell, which suits the detailing and materials nicely.