James Lakeland Inspiration - Page 2 of 3 -James Lakeland Inspiration | Page 2 James Lakeland Inspiration - Page 2 of 3 -
  • STYLE

    LONDON FASHION WEEK STYLING TIPS

    London Fashion Week 2019 is the first of the four global fashion weeks to open its door to the public. It will provide universal trend forecasters such as the WGSN and…

  • STYLE

    A BLAST OF AUTUMNAL HUES

    What’s on-trend for AW19 Florals, checks, python and leopard with bold and muted colour tones makes this seasons collection a fresh blast of Autumnal shades with hints of a vintage vibe.…

  • STYLE

    The shape of things to come…..

    SS’19 brings a whole new direction for James Lakeland with a focus on natural, neutral fabrics and colour tones. As always tailoring and cut is quintessential to the collection, however this…

  • STYLE

    Christmas Gift Guide

    Christmas shopping can be a daunting experience, especially for your nearest and dearest. So we have selected our key must-have pieces to ‘wow’ that someone special. To make an impact and…

  • NEWS STYLE

    JAMES LAKELAND TURNS 25!

    Celebrating 25 years of designing and creating women’s clothing. This year James Lakeland is turning 25 and to mark this occasion he has turned his hand at creating a collection that…

  • STYLE

    Clash of the Prints

      Iran has a global reputation for its rugs, which are an integral part of the Iranian culture. The process of creating a Persian rug starts with the grazing of sheep.…

  • CULTURE

    James Lakeland’s 1970’s Haven

    Lys Lakeland was the original force behind the fashion brand James Lakeland. Her sense of style, flare for chic prints and understanding of Italian tailoring is still the backbone to the…

  • CULTURE STYLE

    Little Venice Blog

    Italy has always been a part of the James Lakeland brand. It’s where we design and create most of the collection each and every season, so it was only fitting that…

  • CULTURE

    Leopard is here to stay!

    Leopard print has stood the test of time and its here to stay. The 60’s saw the likes of David Bowie and Debbie Harry take this iconic print to the extreme,…

Top