There’s no point denying it: cargo pants, denim jackets and crop tops can mean only one thing — the ’90s are back. And though you may not want to revisit everything (platform trainers), some true gems — like Fake London — have returned.
Famous for its iconic use of the Union Jack and British Bulldog emblems and made cool by ’90s kids like Liam Gallagher and the All Saints girls, Fake London has reappeared on the scene in all its punky, quirky, quintessentially English glory.
The autumn/winter collection (now in store) includes leather totes emblazoned with slogans like ‘Buy British’ and chic camel-hair coats. Creative director Desiree Mejer brought Fake back to its “best of British” roots with tweed, chunky knits and eccentric touches on everything from oversize parkas to shrunken denim jackets. Welcome back, ol’ chum.
Photo: Courtesy of Fake London