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Jackie magazine collection by Jil Shipley for What You Sow

 Jil Shipley has created an exclusive range of illustrations for What You Sow in the style of the highly acclaimed illustrations she drew for Jackie magazine in the heyday of British fashion and design. 

Bright eyed girls pose with beautiful flowers in these fashion illustrations reminiscent of the drawings that defined style in the 1970s.

We are delighted to be able to offer you a range of 4 beautiful Giclée Art Prints as well as a choice of images on jersey t-shirts in collaboration with ethical clothing designer Lost Shapes

The t-shirts have been printed in a limited edition of 50, and are available exclusively through What You Sow. 

Available in a soft, classic fit, unisex t-shirt and holding the highest ethical credentials, each t-shirt has been lovingly hand-printed at the Lost Shapes studio in Somerset using water-based inks. 

Each t-shirt is available in a limited edition of 50. 

We feel very privileged to be able to offer you these new designs that Jil has created exclusively for What You Sow. 

Jil let us have a browse through her drawing archives a month or two ago and we found these beautiful guides to dressing through the seasons! Aren't they fabulous? We love the rainy day outfit best. 

If you're interested in reading more about Jil, she was interviewed for Saga magazine last year, and if you're quick, you can snap up one of our limited edition t-shirts.  

 

Now shop the collection →