AllSaints is a high end high street store which also has concessions in some of the bigger department stores such as House of Fraser. They sell clothes for men, women and children. However, I am only going to talk about the women's clothing in this article.
AllSaints Spitalfields sell leathers, coats, knitwear, shirts, dresses, skirts, trousers, graphic t-shirts, grandad style jersey tops, denim, shorts, footwear, sleepwear and accessories including handbags, purses, hats, scarves and jewellery. The women's clothes have a tendency to be dark or grey in colour, although there are some designs in lighter colours.
If the look you like consists of striking (well made!) military coats in black or grey, teamed with leather boots and big jewellery, then the All Saints Spitalfields look is for you. All Saints clothing has an edgy feel to it. Not punky - but fashion that is grittier and more subtle than other designer names. It's as though they take an ordinary design - then reinvent it to make it edgier and more contemporary.
The current range of leathers at AllSaints includes a sheepskin jacket called Nala. It is a curly haired sheepskin with an oversized waterfall collar and lots of individualistic detailing. It exemplifies the All Saints attention to detail and quality.
You can buy directly from the AllSaints websites. The sale is currently on, with reductions of up to 70% on selected styles.
Although AllSaints is a UK company, they do deliver their worldwide, so you can take advantage of the low pound and get a real bargain. UK delivery is currently free, delivery to Europe cost just £10 and delivery to the rest of the world costs £20.
Lots of celebrities have been seen out and about wearing All Saints clothing, including Halle Berry (pictured left), Sienna Miller, Emma Watson of Harry Potter fame and Dermot O'Leary.