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Winter 22 Part Two

Drawing influence from Scanlan Theodore’s signature balance of structure, fluidity, and modern femininity - the secondary instalment of Winter 22 is characterised by its vivid exploration of colour and refined luxury.


Each distinctive silhouette is grounded by its carefully selected fabrication - materials that are synonymous with the brand, Crepe Knit, Pleated Rib, Silk and Mohair - are emboldened by a rich colour palette of Periwinkle, Cobalt and Cornflower blues.


Reminiscent of both masculine and feminine style notes, new season tailoring interplays our timeless design sensibility with contemporary silhouettes, illuminated by velvet and shantung fabrications. Eveningwear is evocative of luminous femininity and modern glamour, crafted in opulent shades of champagne and oyster. Detailed with iridescent tinsel and sequins for shimmering decadence.


Reflective of Scanlan Theodore's signature style notes, leather is reinvented in a rich, tan colourway - an indulgent exploration of luxurious simplicity. Winter 22 knitwear reimagines signature fabrications in contemporise silhouettes and refined proportions, with new styles in Mohair, Cashmere and Merino Wool fibres. Grounded in an autumnal colour palette of Hazel, Copper, Burgundy and Tan, Winter 22 collection epitomizes sophisticated, perennial essentials.

Woman walking in front of the camera on grey background in cobalt blue long sleeve dress.
Close up of back of cobalt blue dress, cut out showing woman’s skin. Fingers on top of shoulders.
Brunette woman with curly hair looking away from camera, cobalt blue dress blowing in wind.
Woman’s hands tucking into red velvet trousers, gold button on front of pants and pocket.
Women standing side on looking at camera in darkness, hair tucked behind ear white coat with lapel.
Two hands holding white coat lapel blurred movements on hands dark light with shadow across knuckles.
Woman wearing red and brown plaid blazer with shoulder pad dark lighting shadowing right side face.

Winter drop part 2

Scanlan Theodore acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation as the Traditional Custodians of the land where we came together to capture this story. We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging.


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