s.k. manor hill Explores Their Spring/Summer '19 Range with a Women's Editorial
The rich craftsmanship of s.k. manor hill is most certainly not gender exclusive, refining pieces that are simplistic yet expressive in form despite their wearer. Further finding inspiration in vintage garments, their latest women’s editorial proves a feminine depth through the brush of their SS19 range.
Often mixing models with past expositions, the newest seasonal display comes entirely driven by the stunning Verna Estes, whose effortless style lends itself to the garments’ timeless appeal. Blazers as well as the trucker-inspired Type 100 jacket dose in masculine staples while bottoms, in their oversized cuts and vast array of colorful patterns, create a firm base with which to pair. What possibly drives the entire set piece into a realm of its own, however, is the playful use of cool tone florals and wide vertical stripe prints, a motif that asserts its home across a deep breadth of Summer-ready tops, accessories, and the unfortunately sold out Dynasty Robe. Pouch necklaces, fanny packs, large collared blousons, draping trench coats, and so much more show face here, so be sure to grab a peek at the Teddy Fitzhugh shot set of imagery below.
If you find yourself allured by any of the items shown, you’re in luck, as you can currently find them available now on skmanorhill.com.