Introducing Peachy Den's Spring 2024 Collection - a celebration of sweet femininity, crafty heritage, and the quintessential charm of women in the arts. This season, we’re paying homage to the unsung heroines who shaped the world of craftsmanship and art deco elegance.

Our “Amelia" cargos are named after Amelia Earhart; an inspirationally daring feminist icon showing women everywhere that it was possible to be courageous and well dressed at the same time. She broke down barriers in the early 20th century, achieving things that seemed impossible for women; whilst also being named one of the best dressed women in America.

Amelia had a penchant for fashion and started her own fashion line after meeting Elsa Schiaparelli, the namesake of our march knit capsule. Founding Schiaparelli on knitwear, Elsa championed the use of interesting textiles in her innovative and playful designs, working with tromp l’eoil stitches and synthetic fabrics; using metal threads for the first time in couture.

“Elsa” is knitted with super soft rayon metallic thread, pulling intricate detail inspirations from heritage craft.

Elsa was not as well known as her great rival, Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel, who became famous for popularising sporty, casual chic as the feminine style. She pioneered the use of knitted jersey in high fashion, famed for her twin sets and matching tweed suits. Our chunky knit twin set “Gabrielle” carries her legacy of youthful, feminine ease.

Join us in celebrating the beauty of femininity, the artistry of unsung heroines, and traditional British heritage with Peachy Den's Spring 2024 Collection – where each piece tells a story and embodies the spirit of quintessential, old-school elegance.

Take a look at more of our inspiration and favourite knitwear references via Pinterest.

Peachy Spring