Pocket Square designs for Turnbull and Asser
Posted 7 years ago and submitted by Pete Drawgood | Share link: http://illo.cc/47699


I was commissioned by Turnbull and Asser’s Head of Design, Dean Gomilsek-Cole, to create four designs for silk pocket squares under the collection name ‘Mid Life Crisis’. These were inspired by a piece of work I did in 2012 of a portly middle-aged gentleman on a Chopper motorbike, with a sexy ‘chick’ riding pillion. Dean wanted the gentleman (christened Mr StJames) on different icons of transportation. So we settled on a Spitfire, a Riva motorboat, a Lotus 7, and a Chopper. All with a beautiful woman or two!
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