búl has teamed up again with renowned landscape photographer, Kate Ballis, for its AW17 capsule collection. 

Five seasons ago, the beauty of Kate Ballis’ landscape imagery inspired búl designer Virginia Martin. Fast forward to today and they’re still making magic together.

This season’s five-piece collection includes a top, a dress, a skirt, a jacket and a cushion, with three of Kate’s landscapes printed onto the designs. Each has a clean, natural feel, through Kate’s minimal lines and distinctive imagery. 

The artist’s official prints will also be on display throughout búl’s stores nationwide.

The collection launches in-store and online March 1.

bul.com.au

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