Warehouse Autumn Winter 2012 collection

Warehouse steps forward once again, bringing the best of the best to the high street with collections that are beautifully designed, well made and versatile. Our unique and effortless style is the essence of each story which has been lovingly created by our in-house design team.

AW12 is set to be a season full of confidence with bold and unique pieces that are brought to life by the individual’s style. Brave enough not to follow the crowd and always adding her own twist to each look.


Heritage revisited - looking to the past for inspiration and reworking modern versions of English attire. Military references are key including brass button detailing and plated fasten belts. Shearling jackets add a touch of luxury into the mix along with classic silk-scarf inspired prints, whilst equestrian influences run throughout and are highlighted by placement knits.


All about attitude - the must-have piece  here has got to be the trophy jacket. Embellishment is no longer reserved for the night and now adorns daywear too, running riot across jackets, shirts and knits. Skinny jacquard trousers are the essential piece for every wardrobe.


Inspired by Parisian street style, with an added nod to the 60s but set to be worn by a new wave. Geometric knits clash to create a look that plays with proportions. The trouser really comes into its own – dogtooth check, block colour, neat pegs and ankle length styles are just a few options to choose from.


Clashing textures of velvet, devoré leather and lace creates a darker opulent mood. Rococo printed dresses with plunging back details are the new glam. Dramatic and decadent yet always feminine in a soft monochrome pallet.


Clean and simple pieces make an impactful statement all in the prefect palette of navy, porcelain, grape and cranberry. Floral prints get the digital treatment and are designed to be worn clashing together, for a look that seeks attention. Always relevant, the peplum features on dresses and skirts bringing newness with different shapes.