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Frank Walder

Spring 11

The collection Slim-legged trousers layered with long tunics and short jackets are still a key look at Frank Walder. There is some tailoring, but blazers are often paired with skinny jeans. Embellishment is bright and heavy with gems on the necks and crystals on the torsos of T-shirts. There are also lots of animal prints, with monochrome zebra and leopard styles dominating. Versatile pieces such as reversible outerwear and silk-look gilets with hoods that zip away into collars also feature. Loose-cut trousers have turn-ups and simple, heavy cotton dresses are given ruched fronts fastened with a clasp to hide problem areas. Most styles come with two options - a classic cut and a more modern look. Washable faux-suede pieces include a waterfall jacket and an A-line skirt. Crinkle-effect cotton is used for embroidered blouses and sporty outerwear. Mint, emerald and fuchsia lift the collection’s taupe and black basics.

Number of pieces 400 split across two programmes and six drops

Prices £18 to 95

Contact 020 7636 4207

Key pieces

  • Denim-look jacket with ruched shoulders
  • Long jersey cardigan with crystal embellishment
  • Printed T-shirt with dip-dye effect

Brand Comment

Iselin Berger

UK brand manager

“We had 70% to 80% sell-throughs for spring 10 so most people are very positive about buying again this season. There is still a lot of caution out there but we’re doing OK because we didn’t make the mistake of going too young like a lot of other brands. The older customer is getting forgotten but she’s the one with the money.”

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