Katharine Hamnett Fashion for Women
Navy and creme Katharine Hamnett Collette skirt with pleated panel at back and concealed zip closure at side.
Amplify the nonchalant feel of Katharine Hamnett's khaki-green silk-crepe Katharine shirtdress by leaving it open over a T-shirt and wide-leg jeans. Made in Italy, it's shaped for a loose fit with a neat point collar and long sleeves that fall from dropped shoulder seams, and features two chest and two flapped pockets across the front for a subtle utilitarian twist. Complete your look with a coordinating leather bucket bag and sandals.
Katheine Hamnett’s khaki-green Nicola top is cut from lightweight semi-sheer silk for a diaphanous drape. The batwing sleeves and curved hem add to the fluid feel. Team it with jeans and chunky sandals for an elegantly understated look.
‘Save The Future’ is one of the new rallying cries adopted by Katharine Hamnett for her revival of the iconic slogan T-shirt. The oversized shape of this black silk style makes it perfect for layering, featuring short sleeves that fall from dropped shoulder seams, and a classic crew neck. Slip it on over flared trousers and tactile slides as part of a statement daytime look.
Katharine Hamnett breathes life into classic 1980s shapes for the revival of her eponymous brand, and this red denim Ted jacket offers a succinct introduction. Made in the UK, its shaped with dropped shoulder seams to lend volume to the long sleeves, and features two button-fastening patch pockets across the chest. Opt for a modern play on proportions by shrugging it over a slip dress and low-top trainers.
Katharine Hamnett rose to prominence in the 1980s with her selection of iconic slogan T-shirts, now reworked with topical themes for a new era. This black silk style is shaped to an oversized style with a classic crew neck and cropped sleeves, and is emblazoned with the slogan ‘Women Against War’. Layer it over a second-skin sweater and tailored trousers for the most arresting take.
Katharine Hamnett expands her coveted ready-to-wear offering with a refined selection of wardrobe essentials, including this black silk Sara slip dress. Made in the UK, it's tailored with skinny shoulder straps to frame the deep V-neckline, and is shaped with angular darts across the bust for a flattering fit. Channel day-to-night nonchalance by styling it with leather slides and a statement bag.
British fashion designer and activist Katharine Hamnett rose to prominence in the 1980s, capturing the mood with her bold statement T-shirts. For SS18, the designer offers revamped styles with appropriate messages, including this cornflower-blue semi-sheer silk piece, featuring the slogan ‘Save our Seas’. The loose silhouette is shaped with a round neck and falls to skim the top of the thighs. Slip it on with tailored trousers.
After 40 years of disrupting the fashion scene, Katharine Hamnett relaunches her statement T-shirts with a range of fearless slogans. This cornflower-blue semi-sheer silk style is emblazoned with ‘Save The Bees’ in black typography and shaped to skim over the silhouette. Slip yours on with jeans and trainers for a pared-back look.
These light-blue Katherine Hamnett jeans are made from ethically and sustainably sourced materials. This Italian-made wide-leg pair is cut from a mid-weight stretch-denim to sit high on the waist with five pockets. Wear them with a silk shirt and chunky platforms for a fresh daytime look.
Katharine Hamnett’s ‘Protest and Survive’-print T-shirt first came to fame following 1985’s Fashion Aid event. It’s crafted in the UK from ruby-red lightweight semi-sheer silk to an oversized fit, with the designer’s political statement emblazoned across the front in large, bold font. Wear yours tucked nonchalantly into a pair of jeans and ground with a pair of white slides.
British designer Katharine Hamnett's ethically-driven collection draws on utilitarian influences, to create pieces like this indigo-blue denim Pam dress. It's cut to a backless design, and has a scooped neckline, a halterneck strap, front flapped pockets and silver-tone metal buttons which fall to the hem. Complement the retro feel with chunky heeled sandals.
Katharine Hamnett's iconic T-shirts garnered a cult following in the 1980s, and this Choose Life style was originally worn by Wham! as an optimistic, pro-love statement. It's crafted from cornflower-blue diaphanous silk and shaped to a loose silhouette with a round neck and short sleeves. Pair yours with black straight-leg jeans to keep the slogan in focus.
Katharine Hamnett's cult-followed slogan tees rose to prominence in the 1980s, worn by the likes of Queen and Wham! This season sees the designer choosing updated slogans for relevant causes, like this ‘Climate Control’-print T-shirt. It's cut from black semi-sheer silk in an oversized shape that falls loosely over the body. Tuck the front into jeans for a nonchalant take.