Oct 16, 2018 | By Nigel Taylor
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London: “Original Pirate Material” spelled out a hoodie in look one, as Henry Holland’s pirate-girls emerged stopping to the beat of Mike Skinners’ The Streets’ album of that very name. Though these were far from your ordinary pirates; Holland’s youthful line-up touched on influences of street, surf and downright sass. Sweeping sixties-esque psychedelic prints made waves, emblazoned upon crepe de chine shirts, skirts and cut-out slip dresses, while surf shorts, safari shirts and sweeping flares came juxtaposed by boxy tailoring in Prince of Wales Check. Holland offered up denim in head-to-toe, embroidered with beachcombed starfish, seaweed and shells. Styling was on point, with Holland touching on a dead-set Millennial mood with cross-body bum-bags, statement sunnies and charm-clustered belt chains. Another successful voyage from HMS Holland. – Anna Ross
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