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BINNY Storm Boy Autumn Winter 2017

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BINNY Storm Bay Autumn Winter 2017

The BINNY Storm Boy Autumn Winter 2017 collection was inspired by the raw beauty of the Coorong in South Australia. “Storm Boy” written by Steven Colin Thiele, was a film in the 70’s shot on the inland lagoon of the vast Coorong wetland. The landscape there is unique as is the lifestyle of the people that make their living fishing these waters. The Coorong is a place of tranquility, solitude and wonderment. A place that calms the mind, soothes the soul and appeases the senses.

The Australian fashion label has come up with a new collection that exudes classic shapes with a contemporary twist plus coastal and earthy references. The Binny Storm Boy AW17 collection delivers once again an array of unique printed fabrics. The white & blue Fingerbone, Bandana and fish prints draw on the seaside hues of the Coorong. While the Botanical, Pelican and Eggshell prints are reminiscent of the wetlands. BINNY’s beautiful “vintage inspired” prints will keep garnering a cult following this season.

 

Binny Storm Boy Autumn Winter 2017 Love Day Cotton Lace Embroidered Tunic Dress  Binny Storm boy aw17 Rumply Point Cotton Lace Embroidered Blouse

Binny Storm Boy Autumn Winter 2017 collection

Binny Storm Boy Autumn Winter 2017 Rumbelon Pants Botanical linen print  Binnywear Storm Boy aw17 The Coorong Botanical Print Linen Dress

BINNY Nurra Nurra Silk Dress - Eggshells  BINNY Jack's Point Silk Shirt - Eggshells

BINNYwear Storm boy autumn winter 2017

BINNY Bream Cotton Linen Shirt Dress - Bandana

Binny Storm boy aw17 Rumbelon Pants linen indigo pant  BINNY Mulloway Cotton Linen Shirt - fish

BINNY Bream Cotton Linen Shirt Dress - Fish

BINNY Cockle Shell Tunic Dress - Cheeswhite BINNY Midden Shell Blouse - Cheeswhite BINNY Midden Shell Blouse - Cheesblack

BINNY Pincushion Embroidery Lace Dress - Natural

 

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