Our yearly homage to all that’s arrestingly autumnal starts, as always, with our transitioning store windows. This year we’re taking our lead from the man dubbed the master of the Arts and Crafts Movement: William Morris. The Englishman had many an artistic string to his bow: textile designer, poet, writer, printer, bookbinder, typographer, we could go on. But the first thing that springs to mind is his depiction of nature. Dwelling in the British countryside, Morris’ designs popped nature’s glory on a pedestal, with flowers, leaves and trees weaving their way across his patterns. Well, if they’re a good enough depiction of autumn for Morris, they’re good enough for us too. Slip into a world of warming red leaves, gilded florals and artistry at its finest.
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