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HERESY Creates Folklore Influence For FW21 Collection

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HERESY, a London-based label, has returned with its Winter 2021 collection. It continues to explore British folklore through its designs. The collection, entitled “Beautiful Decay”, draws inspiration from the concept of life and death. It explores “this duality between decay, growth, Summer, Winer, good, evil, God, and the devil.”

“This influence is referenced through the graphics throughout, which range from original designs to subverted versions of classic designs, including the Stonehenge-influenced “FOLK LORE” logo. Stand-out items include a puffa jacket complete with all-over “Genesis” print, a demon logo that adorns cardigans and jackets, and embroidered jeans featuring embroidered “Pewsey Horse” and “Botanical Study” patches.

HERESY’s FW21 collection can be viewed in the gallery on the official website, and is available now from the brand’s web store and select stockists.

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