Press Day Preview: Current/Elliott Autumn/Winter 2012

This post was originally posted in April, however Current/Elliott asked for it to be removed until closer to the time of Autumn/Winter 2012 being released. That time has now come so I can put this post up. Enjoy!

I was in London again yesterday for some more press events (fighting off the torrential rain and thunder) and I swung by the PR showroom that represents Current/Elliott. I was really excited to see the new styles for Autumn/Winter 2012 from the brand! I also got to see some of this seasons Spring/Summer 2012 collection (which I will share with you soon).

The new Current/Elliott collection features lots more prints, bright colours and designs. In particular the pair that stood out the most to me was the Zebra. They are no longer doing their famous Leopard print and have opted for Zebra in its place. Already, I can tell that these are going to be a huge hit! Probably one of their best sellers for the season! I also fell completely in love with the new version of their Snap Denim Jacket! It comes with a sherpa/fleece lining! I adore it! They have it in brown cord too, but I prefer the denim version more!

They also featured a camo print, houndstooth print, diamond print (similar to the True Religion styles I posted about the other day) and some floral print. They had floral printed cargo pants and cords, jewel tone cords in brights like yellow, red and green, more coated denim (which was incredibly soft), their classic blue denim jeans in an array of washes and also some hip zippers (which I loved) as well as their famous leathers.

It was a huge collection and I would absolutely love to own most of the pieces! The Zebra skinnies and the denim jacket are definitely going on my wish list! The jacket would be perfect for living here in the UK, it would keep me so warm! You can see all of the images in the gallery below and let me know what you think of the new Autumn/Winter 2012 collection from Current/Elliott! I’m sure most of you will love it like I do!

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