casper & pearl: secret garden

Casper & Pearl. A/W13. ‘Secret Garden’.
The Secret Garden was one of my favourite books growing up so when these images from Casper & Pearl’s A/W13 campaign landed in my inbox I just had to post them. Entitled ‘Secret Garden’, the collection features plenty of contrasting colours, soft silhouettes, and hand drawn embroidery. They’re the perfect kind of clothes for wandering around an overgrown cottage garden in your own little corner of the world, don’t you think? The collection drops on the 27th of February and will be available online.

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11 Comments

  1. These are exceptional. I want I want!

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    • soph (owl vs. dove) February 20, 2013

      I'm loving anything embroidered lately so can't wait to see the collection in its entirety. The countdown is on!

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  2. Zoƫ February 19, 2013

    So beautiful. The flowers, the colours, I want spring!

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  3. Rachel, Cold Knees February 19, 2013

    what beautiful shots, wish summer would hurry up in the UK!x

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    • soph (owl vs. dove) February 20, 2013

      Haha I'm getting the feeling that a lot of UK folk are particularly sun-deprived at the moment.

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  4. Maria February 19, 2013

    Love these images, they make me so excited for when the dreary winter in England is finally over!

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    • soph (owl vs. dove) February 20, 2013

      I can imagine! I was talking to my friend in England the other day and she was saying how miserable the weather had been lately.

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  5. Marta February 19, 2013

    Incredible pictures!

    http://www.martasfashiondiary.com/

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  6. Kacie Cone February 20, 2013

    Absolutely beautiful photos!

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  7. eliza February 20, 2013

    Oh, these are so pretty! I love those shorts in the last photo. The Secret Garden was one of my favourite books too.

    x

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  8. laura. February 21, 2013

    I love flower crowns! I wish more people wore them- they are so pretty and dainty, and go with more outfits than people would expect.

    The Livable Art

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