The drape photo shows the best color.
A conversational design of ladders based on a print impression from Liberty?s Merton Abbey Printworks.Michael Howells chose this print because it was designed in the 1950s and was very conscious that colouration should also reflect the period when the design was created.Michael Howells is a production designer and art director working both in film and fashion. Michael is closely aligned with some of the highest profile practitioners in fashion and has designed numerous sets for John Galliano?s Christian Dior shoes and own name catwalk shows among others. Michael is equally acclaimed for his work in the performing arts and his career in film boasts production design for titles including ?Emma?, ?An ideal Husband? and ?Nanny McPhee?. In 2007 Howells won the Prix d?Excellence de la Mode in Paris and the first Isabella Blow award for Fashion Creator of the year from the British Fashion Council.