Designer umbrellas at Fulton for Halloween

Fulton Umbrellas have a trick up their sleeves this Halloween, as designers including Simeon Farrar and Lulu Guinness get creative for the spooky season. Fulton, the leading British rainwear specialist and Royal Warrant holder, have teamed up with the designers, who were both featured at London Fashion Week SS13, to create a trio of Halloween-inspired prints for their AW12 collection. Artist and print designer, Farrar, who has already lent his creative talents to an eponymous four-piece collection for the umbrella brand, has denoted his ghost motif as one of the exclusive Halloween designs. The Simeon Farrar Minilite (£30) features an extra large canopy covered with ghosts in a variety of colours, so your couture costume will stay dry while you comb the area for confectionary! Known for making statements with her creations, leading British accessories designer, Lulu Guinness, has aimed for cobweb chic with her spider-web print. Her Bloomsbury walking umbrella (£40) springs open at the touch of a button, but don’t worry, the only thing jumping out of it is Autumn style. The Bloomsbury is available at Fulton and online at www.luluguinness.com. Completing the couture coven is the brand’s own Tiny Folding brolly (£18). Compact and sprinkled with stardust, it fits perfectly inside your handbag (or nappy bag, depending on needs and preference!) so you can whip it out the moment the heavens open. View the entire trifecta at www.fultonumbrellas.com and treat yourself to the spine-chilling style of Fulton Umbrellas, ‘Designer by’ and Rainwear collections.
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