With her sharp bob, heavy eyeliner, sulky expression and white gloves, I fell in love with Margot Tenenbaum's style from the first time I saw Wes Anderson's classic film, The Royal Tenenbaums. Her staple uniform of stripy Lacoste dresses, hair slide and gloves was effortlessly cool and she rocked a beautifully chunky wide collared golden fur coat. She was the sophisticated but sullen arty type that I longed to be a brunette version of. And it seems I'm not alone in my style crush - I was super thrilled to read that Orla Kiely was inspired by Margot Tenenbaum for her A/W13 collection which is just on sale now. My first inkling that it was going to be pretty awesome was seeing Lily Collins wearing this OK coat in Glamour. I love pretty much everything that's going on in this picture and there's a cute dog to boot.
Thrillingly, it looks as though Orla Kiely's S/S14 range has a Suzy Bishop (from Moonrise Kingdom) feel to it, with a 1970's safari scout vibe (which is totally a thing) with giraffe and lion prints subbing the squirrels. OK shows are always quite beautiful and you can see the safari-inspired video here.