Saturday, 20 October 2012

Wool Week- Jylle Navarro

The dark nights are drawing in and the chill is taking place, winter has finally arrived (some may argue that it never left London) and Wool week has commenced ! If your in London and happen to walk down Oxford Circus, you are bound to see many high street stores display their collaborations with graduate students and other designers celebrating wool week, but for those in the internet world ... you have me ^_^ introducing this phenomenal knitwear designer Jylle Navarro.

The SS13 collection comprises of over-sized garments, embellished stand out pieces and daring accessories such as woolen balaclavas . The key elements of Jylle's business ethic are global accessibility,gender neutrality  and sustainability.
These designs are only for the edgy and non-conformist individuals but also who dress as a way of influencing the world at affordable prices! There are also less daring pieces to add some electricity into wardrobes of those more introvert than extrovert. Whether you live life to the fullest or you're a quiet flame that occasionally bursts out with an exclusive garment, this is for you.   
"With my asymmetric shapes,layering, fringing, draping and use of neon brights, I'm continuously pursuing the boundaries of bold artwork, diverse statement pieces and a daring approach to knitwear." says Jylle
Jylle's work has appeared on celebrities such as Debbie Harry, Pete Burns and Nicki Minaj. She also has assisted in the design of top collections for Louise Grey's AW12 Catwalk show.

Find Jylle's products in:
- store '172' on  Brick Lane
-The 'Happy Shack' in Camden
- via 'Under One Roof' on the ASOS marketplace

[Photos- Styling - Joanna Hir,Photography - Ilana Baxter,Make-up - Gregory Kara, Models - Ira N Gash and Marc Jorden, Accessories - Louise Mckay and Neco London]

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