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Step into Spring '20

Posted 15.02.20  - Style

On a sunny and crisp Autumn day in London, our Spring 2020 Collection takes form, in a series of images skilfully captured by Stephen J Morgan.



The setting for our campaign shoot.


 


Months prior, Creative Director, Becky French had spent hours pouring over Turnbull’s old archive books, which live tucked away in Bury Street. These dusty archives would form the inspiration for the new collection. Spring 2020 would come to represent, for Turnbull, a reference to the old, mixing with the new. A capsule of garments which would be looked after for years, and treasured for the stories they told.


 


 



A treasured archive book, the centre of the inspiration behind Turnbull's Spring Collection.


 


Seasoned Turnbull recruit, David Nolan, was responsible for the curation of the campaign. Together, with Becky, they carefully combined classic well-loved pieces such as, a White Sea Island Quality Cotton Shirt or a pair of Indigo Japanese Selvedge Denim Jeans, with the new fabrics of Spring.



David Nolan, on set with model Patrick Cordier.



Springs' new fabrics: highgrove shirts in blue stripe and check, and shield pattern silk ties .


Each piece at Turnbull has been created with thought and time, showcasing - above all else - our love for textiles new and old. You can shop the full collection here or in-store.


Discover more from our esteemed collaborators, Stephen J Morgan and David Nolan .

Turnbull Team

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