Inspired by actress Joanna Lawrence, the beloved of legendary 70s peacemaker Abby Hoffman, TWENTY8TWELVE has created a controversial and vibrant collection. Absolute femininity was organically combined in her with men's-style clothing, which was so popular during the years of pacifist demonstrations against the Vietnam War. There are three main stylistic themes in the collection. The first is memories of Scotland. The colors of the hills of this beautiful country are represented by deep and rich marine shades, dark crimson and charcoal gray, diluted with flashes of red and all the nuances of green. The fabrics create a unique contrast: plaid georgette adjoins air gas, double flannel gives a warm feeling. The materials are impregnated with a special agent that makes things even more functional.The patterns and textures evoke associations with the equipment of the warring Scottish tribes and clans.
The second accent of the collection is the glam rock of the 90s in the style of the group Adam ans the ants and the cult film by David Bowie "The Man Who Fell to Earth". Glamor is harmoniously combined with casualness, epaulettes with astrakhan fur, and abstract prints with lurex, sequins and sequins. The color palette is green and gray with the addition of gold and silver threads. The third theme is a reminder of the patrons of the 1980s Soho clubs known as blitz kids. They were young, dynamic and sexy, eager to live and experiment. Blitz kids knew how to dress modern and eclectic, they wore colorful tracksuits with ethnic patterns, laconic clothes along with oversized shirts and T-shirts, combined leather and transparent fabrics. For the new collection TWENTY8TWELVE, specially invited artist Rose Wyle created ironic and playful prints,decorated with soft lilac lace and sporty decorative elements.