A couple of women are seen messing about in a dilapidated house and garden in Greenwich, London.
Women trapped in a grand world—in their heads. It’s this idea that clothes are an extension of who you are.
So there’s some posh tailoring in picnic checks, a humorous nod to the headscarf, and a soft unlined tweed patchworked coat.
It’s about the silhouette we stand for. The square cutting, wrapping, and folding of fabric is still here, giving flare to the skirt of a coat in movement, in tied waists, and in the bias geometry of the one-shoulder dresses.