Collaborating with the buying and design team to create a capsule wardrobe for theworking woman, Firth picked out items from existing AW collections to create staple looks for the office, evenings and the weekend.
“Each item represents one or more examples of M&S working with integrity, from being made in a specifically accredited factory, to being made of sustainably sourced fabrics.”
The first of the two office looks features navy pinstripe culottes paired with a roll neck cream sweaterand flats, for a refined professional look. The navy and white print dress can be transitioned into evening wear, while the figure hugging red dress with zip detail really makes a statement. For those casual, practical days, the lambswool sweater and skinny jeans outfit is ideal.
Livia said she has admired the work M&S has done over the years stating;
“Seriously, transparently & with huge commitment – in both environmental & social justice. On top of this, the M&S eye to quality in its garments & production cycles means this is not fast fashion. I’ve been an M&S customer for many years & look forward to now telling the wonderful stories behind their clothes.”
The edit will be on sale from today throughout 13 stores and online at MarksandSpencer.com