Charlotte Linton's Autumn/Winter 2012 collection is heavily informed by a two-toned approach to fashion. Interestingly enough, the two tones selected are a light teal and a deep red, colors that are most often suited to the warmer months.
Linton's appreciation of the unusual comes to the fore in her Autumn/Winter 2012 set. Tied scarves are used to create dresses, belts and head wraps, adding aspects of versatility to the line.
Intense pattern clashing is also central to the pieces. Inspired by artist Rockwell Kent's paintings of Inuit communities, Linton imprinted similar images of landscapes and the wild outdoors onto her apparel. The unusual mixture of plaid, stripes, geometric shapes and animal prints comes together flawlessly.