Logue London launched in 2012 and its signature shirt dresses and colour pops have been an instant sell out. We spent the afternoon at their showroom swooning at the separates, the stunning accessories and checking out the team's work style...
Fashion designer Emma Logue wears the long Soho print dress from her eponymous Spring/Summer 2014 collection underneath a black Jaeger jumper. This combo, along with the black and gold Logue London belt adds an effortless and wearable style to her look. Mixing print with classic black is an instant win.
Emma's stunning suede Sharmaine boots are by Loro Piana and she carries a black woven leather-trim Bottega Veneta handbag. Then there's the matter of the Cartier watch, the diamond engagement ring and the dainty bracelets - completely gorgeous.
Clemmie Raynsford, production manager at Logue London, wears the classic Emma shirt dress from the label's Autumn/Winter 2012 collection. Think cashmere and merino mix, smart and sophisticated.
It's thoughtful detailing like the contrasting coloured lining of the collars and the kick pleats in the back of the skirt that make this a luxury brand for classy ladies.
The Hermes scarf around the waist is pure genius and the tan snakeskin Jenni Button heels are super-chic and spot on as far as elegant Autumnal wear goes.
Hannah Robson, fashion PR and sales assistant for Logue London, wears a killer leather jacket with a red and white chevron mini skirt both by Mauro Grifoni.
The black, lightweight jumper is also by Mauro Grifoni and the chunky embellished bangles and necklace are by Penny Winter. It's biker, it's chic and the lace-up ankle boots from Urban Outfitters are the perfect edgy finish.
Anni Ahonen, fashion PR from Finch & Partners PR agency, works with the Logue London team and, naturally, wears a stunning green shirt dress by the brand.
The silk print scarf by Vassilisa Anni pairs with the dress and black Atalanta Weller T-bar, ankle strap sandals is exactly how to work in a fresh, fun flash of colour. And the black arm candy? Luxe leather a la Coccinelle.
Harrison Williams works on the digital development side of Logue London. Harrison wears a white shirt by Thomas Pink, suit jacket by Chester Barrie, trousers and tie by Duchamp, and shoes from Russell & Bromley.
As for the classic watch? It's Cartier, and p.s the cufflinks are by Valentino. Harrison is a man who likes his designer labels and means business when it comes to smart wares.
Michael Porter heads up social media and his work style is seriously dapper. His Burberry London suit does all the talking and he pieces it perfectly with a crisp, classic shirt from Eton Shirts. The black jumper is from Uniqlo and Michael's shoes are from Tods.
The best bit about this outfit? The accessorising: check the Roger Dubuis watch and pocket pen by Montegrappa (we're all about the man with a good eye for stationery).
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