The Front Room Collection by Caitlin Batchelor

By  |  Comments

Catrine Haland_the frontroom_04
Take a look at the front room, a debut collection from London-based designer Caitlin Batchelor, based on the concept of migration during the 60s and 70s, captured by fashion photographer Catrine Haland and styled by Tahnee Mitra.

Looking at the idea of migration from the West Indies to Britain during these decades. The collection explores this concept by looking at Jamaican suburban youth culture in the 70s and the present date, whilst concurrently looking comparatively at the interiors and ‘the front room’s of Jamaican migrants in the 70s. The collection takes inspiration largely from 1970s interiors; looking at the rich textures, prints and colours that were evident during this time. The main source of inspiration comes from the book ‘The Front Room’ by Michael McMillan. – from Caitlin Batchelor

See more after the jump:
Catrine Haland_the frontroom_05
Catrine Haland_the frontroom_06

Catrine Haland_the frontroom_07

Catrine Haland_the frontroom_08

Catrine Haland_the frontroom_09

Catrine Haland_the frontroom_10

Catrine Haland_the frontroom_11

Catrine Haland_the frontroom_12

Catrine Haland_the frontroom_13

Catrine Haland_the frontroom_14

Catrine Haland_the frontroom_15

Catrine Haland_the frontroom_16

Catrine Haland_the frontroom_17

Catrine Haland_the frontroom_18

DON’T MISS OUT!
Subscribe To Newsletter
Be the first to get latest updates and exclusive content straight to your email inbox.
Stay Updated
Give it a try, you can unsubscribe anytime.
close-link

DON’T MISS OUT!

Be the first to get latest updates and exclusive content straight to your email inbox.!
SUBSCRIBE
close-link