Feb 07, 2012 12:00AM

Deadly Ponies AW12

The NZ accessory label is all about fur and luxe.

New Zealand accessories label Deadly Ponies have just launched their AW12 collection, 'Hurrichain'. Proving that they're no one trick pony, their latest venture delivers on the opulent fabrics that have been the cornerstone of previous collections. 'Hurrichain' largely depends upon deer, cow and lamb skin, as well as goat and calf fur for its bags, wallets and jewellery. If this all sounds a little extravagant, never fear ? the collection comprises natural, earthy hues and bags are finished with brass hardware, to chill things out a little. If, however, you like everything in excess, you might find yourself gravitating towards the pieces that have stark injections of magenta or metallic accents.

Check out an assortment from the collection below:

www.deadlyponies.com

Melissa Kenny

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