coming up roses
Sunday 22 September 1996
Left: pale khaki floral tapestry kaftan, pounds 290, and matching high- waisted trousers, pounds 160, by Joe Casely-Hayford, available at Geese, Barton Arcade, Deansgate, Manchester M2 (enquiries: 0161 839-9771). Backdrop wallpaper: Cyclamen "Rosa", pounds 21 per roll, at Designers Guild, 275-277 King's Road, London SW3 (enquiries: 0171 351 5775)
Right: lilac Chinese brocade coat, pounds 500, and matching skirt, pounds 155, by Paul Smith, available at Paul Smith Women, 40 Floral Street, Covent Garden, London WC2; Harvey Nichols, Knightsbridge, London SW1; Van Mildert, 21 Elvert Street, Durham (enquiries 0171 379 7133). Backdrop wallpaper: Ultramarine "Pushpa", pounds 21 per roll, at Designers Guild, as before
Below: silk georgette floral top, pounds 125, by Plein Sud, available at Whistles stores (enquiries: 0171 730 9819); Harvey Nichols, Knightsbridge, London SW1; Kendals in House of Fraser, Deansgate, Manchester; Bryan Thomas, 88-95 Grafton Street, Dublin;
black wool hipster trousers, pounds 275, by Press & Bastyan, at Space NK, The Thomas Neal Shopping Centre, 41 Earlham Street, WC2 (enquiries: 0171 323 4821); black patent shoes with gold buckle, pounds 34.99, available at Ravel, 184-188 Oxford Street, W1, and branches nationwide (enquiries 0171 631 0224).
Backdrop wallpaper: Claret "Kalyani", pounds 20 per roll, at Designers Guild, as before Left: jacket, pounds 463, trousers, pounds 185, by Alexander McQueen, from Browns, South Molton Street, London W1; short-pile silver- grey peep-toe shoes, pounds 230, at Dolce & Gabbana, 175 Sloane Street, SW1 (enquiries 0171 235 0335). Backdrop wallpaper: Natural "Rosa", pounds 21 per roll, at Designers Guild, as before
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