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The collection

Religion has evolved its rock and roll inspired handwriting into a more wearable collection this season. While slashed printed tops, goth inspired looks, stud detailing and embellishment still feature, a lean towards draping and a focus on woven fabrics give the range a sophisticated edge. Some price points are slightly higher as a result and added value can be seen on fabric finishes and cut. A Union Jack print underpins much of the collection and is featured on printed leggings and as draped fabric detail on jersey tops. A Victoriana theme is also key, with design details including pleated sleeves and bustles leading the collection in a tailored direction. Religion has resurrected an Afghan print from two seasons ago and it is featured on dresses, while the Ibiza Rocks range is new for spring 09.

Key items

  • Striped single-shoulder plum and black puffball dress
  • Draped grey knit top-cardi combo
  • Black ruffle hem mini dress with stud front detailing
  • Asymmetric grey wool pleated sleeve Victorian cropped jacket
  • Long black bustle backed jacket

Contact: 01323 441777

Brand comment

Francesca Sloan women’s wovens designer

“We have tried to expand our appeal this season and bring the collection to someone who may not usually wear it. We have used a better quality of wovens and the buyers we have seen have really gone for it. The jackets have proved popular we’ve had a good response and will venture into more jacket styles in the future. We are trying to push new interesting styles for the year ahead.”

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