This has become my uniform for autumn – the outfit I turn to when I want to feel stylish without having to try too hard (and really, isn’t that always?). This is the fail-safe: a classic Breton tee, relaxed leather shorts and a structured jacket. I wear it with motorcycle boots if I’m roaming the city or one of my many platform wedge booties if I’m going somewhere fancier.
Sou Brette by Muqliza Imroni: statement jewellery rendered in geometric resin, thick cord and indelicate chains. The current collection, Runic, is inspired by tales of an apocalyptic future – narratives so destructive that colour has become a memory of the past. Tribal elements clash with cool geometry; shiny safety pins suspended in resin recall prehistoric insects caught in amber.
I’m taken by the Triple Puramis in white smoke – imagine it worn with a simple black dress that falls to the ground, covered leather wedges, nude lips, black eyes.