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Inspired by artist and minimalist theorist Robert Morris' work 'Felt', this collection plays on the notion of deconstructed femininity.

The JOSEPH woman ventures into the wild this season, giving a mood of protection and fragility. Twisted patchworks and wrapped blankets cocoon the body.
Fabrics are highly textural, natural and untreated. Industrial, raw cut felts sit alongside hairy finishes on coats, lending a utilitarian feel, contrasted with gragile fabrics like uber luxe fine cashmeres and georgette silk.

Raw leather, wild sheepskin and fur are paired with feminine dresses and sculptural knitwear. Colour is scarce: the palette is mostly grey, beige, khaki, ecru, silver, black and nude. But there are touches of red in delicate, hand-collected scarves.

In contrast with the stark, urban surroundings of the show, music and scent are intended to transport you to a place of comfort and ease,
creating a personal, emotive experience.

Inspired by artist and minimalist theorist Robert Morris' work 'Felt', this collection plays on the notion of deconstructed femininity.

The JOSEPH woman ventures into the wild this season, giving a mood of protection and fragility. Twisted patchworks and wrapped blankets cocoon the body.
Fabrics are highly textural, natural and untreated. Industrial, raw cut felts sit alongside hairy finishes on coats, lending a utilitarian feel, contrasted with gragile fabrics like uber luxe fine cashmeres and georgette silk.

Raw leather, wild sheepskin and fur are paired with feminine dresses and sculptural knitwear. Colour is scarce: the palette is mostly grey, beige, khaki, ecru, silver, black and nude. But there are touches of red in delicate, hand-collected scarves.

In contrast with the stark, urban surroundings of the show, music and scent are intended to transport you to a place of comfort and ease, creating a personal, emotive experience.