The latest collection by Quinn and Fox for AW15 is called Colourless, and is a completely monochrome collection, with super soft pre-washed organic separates.  Each season Quinn & Fox collaborate with artists across the globe for their prints, and this season we have very exciting collaborations with Lucky Boy Sunday, Katy Smail and Young Double.

Lucky Boy Sunday Sweat Pants

From luxury Danish art toy designers Camilla Koerschen and Camilla Ebdrup, better known as Lucky Boy Sunday, we have the amazing Nulle print on sweat pants and a very cute zip up hoodie.

Nulle Sweat Pants

 There's also the Cry Baby illustration on a very soft, pre-washed organic cotton T shirt.

Cry Baby T Shirt

Their collaboration with Rox Webster from Young Double in the UK resulted in these gorgeous leggings featuring the striped Roxy Bear print.

Roxy Bears Leggings

And finally, from Katy Smail we have the bold and graphic chameleon print.  Katy Smail was born in Scotland and now lives in Brooklyn, New York, where she works as an illustrator, designer and exhibiting artist.  (She's also collaborated with Soft Gallery this season too!)


Katy Smail Chameleon Sweat Pants

It's very important to Quinn and Fox that the clothing is made fairly, by people that are paid fairly.  They highlight that over 40% of clothing on shelves in high street stores is made by children in unsafe conditions, which is quite a scary thought.  Every single Quinn and Fox item is handmade from thread to finish in Los Angeles, California, and the brand takes pride in finding the softest organic yarns and the best water-based eco-dyes to make the finished material.

Brilliant T Shirt

We love Quinn and Fox's relaxed LA style, their artistic collaborations with the coolest and most talented illustrators, artists and designers across the globe, and their passion about ethical and sustainable production methods that are friendly to the environment.  Shop Quinn and Fox now!

September 24, 2015 — Georgia Ashby

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