Due to my more than short attention span, I tend to alter my focus from certain brands to others each season, which means few ever seem worthy of investing in each time ’round. Junk de Luxe is the one high-end-of-high-street label that always manages to buck the trend. Granted the majority of their collection is, each season, composed of what I like to call “safe stock” (i.e. a profusion of conventional cuts rendered in grey and black), they always manage to secure my attention with one or two items that hold that bit more quirk-appeal than the remainder.
For AW09 I’m hankering after the below-pictured warped harlequin-esque print cardigan in, eh ironically, grey and black. But what it lacks regarding the chromatic it makes up for with geometrics or at least that’s my logic. And it has pockets, which too few cardigans are in possession of. And I have a €50 gift voucher from the beautiful people at BT2 (who lavished breakfast pastries and said gift vouchers on us bloggers last Saturday) so more Junk will inevitably be added to the trunk, I reckon.
Image from BT2