Maxted launches its Autumn/Winter 19 collection
Maxted is designed and run by Caroline Teakle, a British designer with experience at fashion houses and large retailers like Burberry, Cotton On and Witchery. High-quality knitwear in cotton and wool based in Victoria.
Australia’s winter is on the way and with it comes a mixed bag of weather from rainy, drizzly days to frosty sunny mornings walking the dog, rushing to work or running to grab some coffee. Melbourne-born brand Maxted is ready for the cold months ahead with their latest collection.
Based on the success of its previous AW collection, Maxted has launched pullovers, coatigans, raincoats and countless sumptuous roll neck knits feature heavily this coming season in a range of autumnal tones. Now in its second year, Maxted’s brand has grown from strength to strength, expanding its reach across Australian independent stores and online with its own website. The collection’s depth and textures have grown and a wide range of yarns from beautiful fine gauge to chunky lambswool have all been carefully selected for AW19. The collection is inspired by undertones of London’s streets in the 60’s; rich in music, culture, and style. Maxted is delivering to stores around Australia.
Maxted’s Designer, Caroline, was born and raised in the UK countryside and you can trace the influence of her designs back to her upbringing and along her career path. “Working on Burberry runways made me fall in love with knitwear” said Caroline. She drives the business with energy and creativity, but could not do it alone without the support of Edward whose surname she ‘borrowed’ for the brand. They are a wonderful team, and are never far from each other, whether working in Melbourne, designing in Beijing or catching up with family back in the UK.
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