Laura and Deanna Fanning have helped define the quintessential London cool girl look with their eclectic art-school-inspired aesthetic. Co-heading the Kiko Kostadinov women’s line, their razor-sharp precision and eclectic amalgamation of textures have made them a fashion week highlight since the label launched in 2018. Well, the sisterly duo are departing from their typical sleek silhouettes in favour of flounce with their irreverent A/W 22 collection. Their ever-present slashed tailoring and trousers are joined by textural knits, bell sleeves, and bubble skirts in a collection reimagining girlhood staples.
For their A/W 22 campaign the Central Saint Martins graduates enlisted the help of Harlem-based image-maker Joshua Woods. Known for his evocative portraits, the photographer highlights the collection’s hyper-femininity in the candy-coloured campaign. Already masters of crafting covetable creations, the sugary sweet images also highlight the brand's latest bag thats sure to become a fixture come fashion week.
Check out the pastel-hued campaign below.