Jessie Hill ‘Broken Windows’ Collection

I was instantly drawn to Jessie Hill’s latest collection; probably because it was influenced by Blade Runner, a film I’ve always been a fan of. The garments in the collection have a subtle androgyny, more based upon the 80s cyberpunk genre than the clothing in the film itself; aside from some ‘Rachael’ style puffed sleeves and frilled-out collars. The dresses are highly wearable, made from fabrics like hand-printed silks and Japanese microfibre cottons.

A series of hand-crafted shoes compliment the collection perfectly; from cute flats in soft, 80s inspired patterns, to the lace-up platforms in a variety of colours and styles.

Shoes from the Broken Windows collection

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