London duo, Meadham Kirchoff have unleashed their fourth collaboration with Topshop, as always steering clear of minimalism and conventional designs. In their fourth installment with the British retailer, the collection features 89 eclectic pieces with feature four mini-ranges, each inspired by a different member of imaginary girl band, The Cherrys. Meadham Kirchoff’s imaginary band named is composed of four females by the names of Cherry Cherie, Cherry Satanika, Cherry Pikka, and Cherry Blossom – each of them crowned with her own signature style.
“The overall aesthetic,” say designers Edward Meadham and Benjamin Kirchhoff, “was influenced by Marilyn Manson and the Spooky Kids, Kembra Pfahler and glam rock. It is an enormous and all encompassing collection which will offer a myriad of choice for any customer to adapt or reject as they see fit.”
The collection includes wild witchy motifs – stars, pentagrams, pointy shoes, fuzzy fur offcuts, platforms with faces, and ruby slippers – in addition to riot-girl-inspired pastel Mary Janes, lace trimmed baby dolls, soft faux fur overcoats, frilly playsuits, and neon crochet mini dresses.
Nab a multicolored Mongolian fur stole or a sweet frilly heart-emblazoned playsuit.
London Fashion Week’s runways streamed with rainbow-haired models, immense flat-forms, and abrasive prints this year with the collaboration. This will mark as Topshop’s largest and most adventurous designer collaboration to date. The fourth collection hit Topshop stores nationwide on November 21st. Prices are ranging from 4 pounds or $6.43 for socks, to 750 pounds or $1,205 for a Mongolian jacket. So begins the season of the furry clown-witch.