Last month we shone the spotlight on British luxury sustainable knitwear label Study 34 and founder and ethical designer Eleanor O’Neill, whose company is doing a great job of flying the flag for made in Britain, minimal waste fashion. Now as we enter a new season, and our wardrobes call out for winter woolies, Study 34 brings you the AW15 collection featuring a small intimate selection of staple, minimal and easy interchangeable styles.
Incorporating deep hues of navy, black and grey, the autumn/winter collection features ribbed crew neck jumpers and soft, smooth, traditional British V necks made from 100% british wool. Pair with smart tailored trousers, or a knee-length skirt such as upcoming Brit designer Charlotte Lucy‘s, design shown in the lookbook – and you have the perfect staple outfit to see you through the season.
With clean lines and a compact fabric structure, each design offers a relaxed silhouette, ideal for layering and understated casual refinement.
Manufactured from Eleanor’s studio in Newcastle, each made to order design is made using 100% natural, new responsibly sourced and end of line yarns from Italy, New Zealand and Australia, ensuring longevity, practicality and a timeless everyday look.
Shop the collection now at Study34.co.uk, or at Eldon St from Oct 30th-Nov26th. Follow @Study34 on instagram for their latest looks.