Walk the streets with Patternity tights
Photographer/art director Anna Murray and surface/product designer Grace Winteringham, aka Patternity, have created a hosiery range for Pretty Polly using graphic patterns found in our urban landcapes
Murray and Winteringham set up Patternity in London in 2009 with a mission to "use pattern as a tool to inspire, explore and innovate". The project started out as an online archive of images of patterns but has now grown to encompass a creative studio, research and events.
The Pretty Polly tie-up follows a range which Patternity produced for Selfridges in 2011. There are three designs - Bricking It, Tower Block and Shapeshifter - with the overall range taking the name Streetshapes.
The tights will cost £12 per pair and be available from retailers including ASOS, Topshop and Uran Outfitters in the UK and Bloomingdales in the US as well as online from Pretty Polly.
hahaha, how cool is that...and weird!!!
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