FASHION THAT’S A WORLD CUP FIT
South east London-based fashion designer Maddy McIndoe launches her first collection this June
Inspired by her adventures in the Amazonian, the hand-drawn prints of tropical wildlife have been applied to natural fabrics, cut in easy-to-wear shapes.
A perfect fit for the World Cup fever currently sweeping Brazil – and the globe – the new range of menswear and womenswear is available online from 19 June, with prices ranging from £15-£45.
The collection infuses a love for both textiles and animals. Brought from the Bolivian Pampas to Mighty Blighty via Rio de Janeiro, the hand-drawn prints were initially just meant for the chicos. However, after many requests the ladies got lucky, and Maddy now caters for the fairer sex too.
Iguazu shirt, £38 and shorts £35
Salvador raglan sleeve mirror print dress, £32
Designs by Maddy McIndoe
Loki crocodile print top and shorts, £28 each