Fashion: Get shirty
This spring, find inspiration in your other half's clothes Photography by Katya de Grunwald Styling by Beth Dadswell
Saturday 05 February 2005
Right: shirt dress, pounds 360, by Jil Sander, 7 Burlington Gardens, London W1 (020-7758 1000); button- down jumper, pounds 215, butterfly chair, pounds 295, by Ercol, both from Margaret Howell, 34 Wigmore Street, London W1 (020-7009 9009)
Left: men's shirt, pounds 80 by APC, from Aime, 33 Ledbury Road, London W11 (020-7221 7070)
Right: jumper, pounds 125, by Mulberry, 41 New Bond Street, London W1 (020-7491 3900); striped shirt, pounds 165, by Margaret Howell, as before; quilts and cushions as before
Below right: striped top and dress, pounds 610, both by Helmut Lang, from Selfridges, 400 Oxford Street, London W1 (08708 377 377); quilt and cushions as before
Model Sophie at Select
Hair and make-up Ami Fung using Kiehls and Shu Uemura
Photographer's assistant Amy Gwatkin
Stylist's assistant Gemma Hayward
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