For autumn 20, Russell & Bromley are proud to present a collection of thoughtfully updated styles which stay true to our heritage, holding versatility and style at their core.
For women we see a new palette of earthy comforting tones ranging from chocolate brown to the new beigy biscuit based hues and everything in between. Pops of claret red and winter ice refresh any look whilst glossy patent and luxurious croc embossed leathers take centre fold.
The new it boots are sleek and minimal with a sculptural silhouette; this understated look has endless and timeless appeal.
The loafer remains a Russell & Bromley icon and has been updated in the season’s essential new hues in soft, comfortable leathers. Tread soles and chunky chain trims both modernise and offer a subtly rebellious streak this cult classic.
The men’s collection captures the essence of winter style perfectly. Classics are updated in the seasons must have shapes and textures whilst also adopting a focus on function.
A neutral palette of rich tans and tobacco is mixed with rich chocolate and pops of fresh white offering timeless appeal.
The versatile Chelsea boot remains the key to the season and new hardy hiking boots showcase a new durable and outdoorsy aesthetic.
The classic loafer is invigorated for autumn with a squarer toe and refined detailing making it an on trend essential for all year round; particularly in new antique cognac leather.
This season’s handbag collection infuses the everyday with eye-catching luxurious details.
A palette of glossy autumnal hues from ruby to deep burgundy is blended with neutral tones to embody this season’s trend of impact.
Our iconic quilt stitch detailing is mixed with sumptuous, scrunched and ruched leather for a truly tactile finish. Structured silhouettes and top handle bags are taking hold this season whilst the chunky chain detailing seen throughout the collection adds instant glamour.
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