Pictured: Celeste Vest and Apsley Backpack

This past week, we brought in Stylist and A.C.F all-star Lynn Serulla to help us recapture our current collection. We wanted to focus on the textures of Spring and hone in on the detailing and design that make A.C.F what it is. You can check out more of Lynn’s work on her website.

We shot much of the collection on 35mm film. The medium brings a unique character to the pieces that can’t be achieved any other way. All of our fabric is sourced from luxury deadstock suppliers, meaning they have an upscale tactility that drapes beautifully on the body. Moreover, we wanted to showcase a natural intimacy that brings out the personality of the pieces.

Picture 1: Eddie Shirt and Agar Top
Picture 2: Freddy Trouser and Farren Shirt
Picture 3: Ellis Trouser, Foster Sweatshirt, and Ainsworth Blouse

Additionally, we invited Lynn so that she could do what she does best, play. Every A.C.F garment surpasses expectations of versatility, and no one could bring that out better than Lynn.

The Cassie top can be styled in more ways than one. With popper closure on the sleeve, it can go from off-the-shoulder to on-the-shoulder to boob-tube in the blink of an eye. It can even serve as a hood if that’s what you wish.

Pictured: Cassie Top and Colombo Culotte

Our two-textured Avening Scarf is also clearly more than meets the eye. We always like to have fun and experiment on set, even if that means poor Anya has to sport some not so conventional head-gear.

Shoot Credits

Styling: Lynn Serulla & Alexandra Foster, Photography: Linus Berglund, Models: Anya & Robin

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