Runway Review: Whistles Spring 2015

London stalwart Whistles continued the pared down, laid back mood evident at London Fashion Week. Whilst the initial monochrome outfits were entirely wearable and quite simply chic, the collection came alive in its beachy second half.

Laser cut grid-like leather ensembles made way for a faded palm print used on basic separates and easy breezy outerwear. Raffia frays and broderie anglaise added to the coastal theme, whilst the silhouette was slouchy and relaxed. Leather goods in muted shades were also designed to resemble sun-baked wooden slats – notably, the classic Portland backpack and Rivington Pouch will now be available in the nude colour way.

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Based just outside London, Sarah-Leigh Bunting is a seasoned editor and marketer, having worked with some of the world's biggest fashion and interior brands and retailers. In 2012 Sarah-Leigh co-founded What Peggy Did Next (, an event and communications agency based in the UK. You can follow Sarah on... Instagram - @sarah_leigh_b Twitter - sarah_leigh_b Facebook -