Runway Report: Hunter Original SS16

When it comes to Hunter you can’t help but think of muddy summer music festivals and the rubber gumboots that made the brand famous. So it made sense that the brand paid homage to its roots with a collection full of outerwear for all meteorological occasions.

Brining femininity to the fields, the set was designed to look like a giant tent, complete with muddy catwalk. Hooded lightweight parkas and loose dresses with drawstring waists in sherbet shades were stylish and practical.

Oversized lacing and eyelets appeared throughout, as did a spot print that was made from Hunter’s own technological symbols. Cagoules were light and dainty yet earth tones and waterproof fabrics still had their place.

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