7 Apr 2013

an introduction.

Floral, floral, neon, floral.

Just as sure as you can anticipate the majority of the high street to welcome Spring/Summer with, well, all of the above; you can always expect to see a grey, black and taupe cloud floating over All Saints. 

Going against the seasonal dictates of the fashion world; All Saints's offbeat and avant-garde approach to apparel are what make the brand so alluring. With comparable elements that can be found within brands such as Acne and Alexander Mcqueen, the pieces All Saints creates give the wearer that designer feel but of course at a slightly more affordable price. From our experience, it's the true attention to detail and exceptional quality which we favour most about the brand; you truly get what you pay for.

With a recognisable uniform of black antique Singer sewing machines exhibited in every store window, as well as a noticeable lack of merchandise; All Saints is a store that can sit well on both the high street and it's high end counterpart.

Late on last week, we took the liberty of sitting down and conducting a Q&A with one of the in-store personal stylists for All Saints at their branch located along The Avenue, Spinningfields. Otherwise known as the delightful Adele; we spoke investment pieces, fashion mishaps and DJ sets... stay on the look out for the full interview.