The Moody and Farrell campaign combines both designer and artistic elements through the use of fabric contortion and manipulation. The heavily based collection of gold head attire has a slight jewellery aesthetic and the swirls/twists suggest tribal qualities. Although inappropriate for every day use, these headpieces are beautifully artistic and could stylise any simplistic outfit – adding a suggestion of class and wealth to any wardrobe. Net, string, plaited gold fabrics, all help to further the artistic potential projected through the use of shape. Inserted with huge wooden combs or placed delicately in an obscure position, the impact of these accessories highlights and exudes notions of retrospective/royal tastefulness.