British fashion brand Me+Em stole the spotlight when one of its pieces was worn by the Duchess of Cambridge, and has found a following for its versatile work- and weekend wear. Now, its founder-designer Clare Hornby has added a limited-edition shearling to the collection, which echoes the brand’s signature mood of relaxed chic.
The label has produced shearling pieces in the past, such as its bestselling reversible black biker jacket (£999). There is also a longer-line, transformable parka (£1,500) with detachable sleeves, which can be worn as a gilet, as well as a cropped jacket in long-haired Spanish shearling, in black, with deep khaki side panels (£799).
The pick of the collection, however, is a new design – a black merino shearling jacket, generously cut with a sporty hood and a zip front – that can be worn casually or pulled over party wear for an edgier look. Only 50 jackets (£799 each) are being made and will arrive at three of Me+Em’s London stores and online on November 26.