You can call Sibling’s AW15 girls any time, whether they’ll pick up is a separate matter altogether.
LFW: Sibling AW15
Pretty in Pink
The boys might have snatched pink for their own at LC:M but the girls have reclaimed it for AW15. Seen sprayed through fluffy mohicans, in strong blocks and against tangerine clashes so uncomfortable they’ll make your eyes water, pink took centre stage, only accentuated by being paired with black. Blue and orange made supporting appearances too, completing a colour palette that was apparently inspired by the work of Francis Bacon and Verner Panton.
Small town girls gone wild
Knee length crochet cardigans, shaggy fringed layers and beads all sounds slightly granny style, right? Not the way Sibling girls do it. Grab that crochet, rip off your bra and you’re in the Sibling mindset. Want to wear fair isle? Great, make sure it’s a head-to-toe look, including a super cute Casio BABY-G watch in matching Sibling print. Only got a scarf to accessorise with? Fine, pin on jewelled badges. Too cold to wear your sandals without your socks? We’ll let you off as long as they’re glitter-pink. It’s a mismatched bunch of old and new, stylish looks and faux-pas and contradictions perfectly represented by the latex mac (OMG) with clouds of black fluffed-up fur around the collar and wrists. You don’t have to brush your hair to be a Sibling girl, but you must know how to look half groupie half Lady at all times.
In Debbie Harry we trust
The finale was walked to Blondie’s ‘Call Me’, a merino wool slogan jumper took the song’s title on too and dresses had the lyrics to ‘Sunday Girl’ handwritten on. Debbie Harry was the original punk-rock princess, a musical icon and sex symbol, so it’s no surprise Sibling wanted to pay her a little homage, what with their girls being cut from exactly the same high-shine latex.