Hinterland A\W16

Hinterland refers to a place on the outskirts; one that exists beyond what can be seen and perfectly captures the essence of this collection – our expression of South African fashion.

This season, Margot Molyneux Clothing looks to the natural beauty of the continent for inspiration with a collection that finds its origins in ancient African sketches. And, in line with its past two collections, Papier and Colour Field, the label once again references a celebrated artist – this time Paul Klee and in particular, the work he produced while visiting Northern Africa in 1914.

The result is Hinterland, a range that pays homage to Africa through soft, hand drawn lines and textured forms and reflects the richness of autumn in its distinctive colour palette – navy, chartreuse, ochre and fern green. The silhouettes are bold and simple and remain true to the brand’s philosophy of effortless clothing that makes the wearer feel elegant and sophisticated.

Photographer Ricardo Simal / Creative Director Anja Joubert / Hair and Make Up Alet Viljoen / Model Rolien Zonneveld Boss Models