We have fallen for the black and white trend and what better way to wear it than on a beautiful leather jacket or skirt.
West 14th have interpreted this Monochrome pattern trend literally, by exploring with the idea of paint and leather. By investigating the centuries-old printing techniques and discovered the effects of using screen printing on leather. They have combined the two techniques with dreamy results leaving us all with an urge for both a plain black and the limited edition printed jacket and skirt twin set. Too much?
West 14th have collaborated with an artist to create an artwork that can translate the feeling of painting, brush stoked and geometric shapes. The artwork was created in a repeat pattern and printed onto leather panels before being constructed into styles. The end result is a black and white painterly print which uniquely belongs to West 14th.
Superette is very proud to be a stockist of both the printed jacket and printed Dakota skirt; paired with your favourite pair of jeans, or a plain Bassike tee they are the missing pieces from your wardrobe. We’ve put together an edit below so you can try this trend for yourself: