Lola Chatterton, a London based stylist, is part of the vision behind our SS21 shoot. After shooting, we sat down with Lola (virtually) to get her edit of favourites from the new collection.
Hoodie and joggers
Super soft and I love being able to pick between the fits. I personally prefer more oversized and loose but you can get a tighter fit too.
It’s not a normal colour baby blue, it’s a bit cooler. I loved that it’s different, and colourful without being over girly.
Static Mesh bra underwear set
I absolutely love this. Cute, especially for layering under different tops. The pattern is trippy on the eye too, which is fun.
The high waist is flattering for every woman and every size.
Sports bra, yellow
It’s strong and supportive. I have bigger boobs, so I always choose those bra tops which are perfect for a work out.
les girls les boys isn’t a typical sports brand. So it translates really well from wearing it as sportswear, or if you want to wear it as a crop top out. I like it when people dress with that versatility and comfort.
There’s something about this red… It pops! It’s a bit lifeguard-y, which I really like.
Good enough to wear out. They’re light which is perfect for summer and have a stitched turn up at the bottom, giving an extra detailed look that elevates it and makes it wearable for the day as an outfit. You can throw the shirt on with a top and pair of jeans.
Gingham shorts and cami
I love gingham anyway, but this design is unique in how tiny it is. It’s pretty but cool at the same time.
Lola Chatterton started her career working with magazines such as Vice and Pop, then went on to assist stylists including Jacob K, Victoria Young and Jane How. She’s held titles at magazines such as Garage, Clash and Lula, and contributed to i-D, Puss Puss, Odda and SHOWstudio (amongst others). Lola’s worked on fashion shows with designers such as Art School, Faustine Steinmetz, Fashion East's Louise Alsop and Alex Mullins. And with renowned photographers including Nick Knight, Alex Leese, Piczo, Maxime Imbert, Johnny Dufort, Mark Kean and Mark Peckmezian.