A Hundred Hills
Photographer Jack Davison captures a styled journey in the hills of Yr Wyddfa, Snowdon, Snowdonia.
Photography: Jack Davison
Styling: Olie Arnold
Producer: Nick Rainford
Chris wears copper technical overcoat, by Arc’Teryx Veilance, Mahogany technical bomber jacket by Arc’Teryx Veilance.
Anna wears navy Cashmere blanket by Armand Diradourian at Mr Porter.
Chris wears bronze sunglasses by Thom Browne, Khaki field jacket by Polo Ralph Lauren, Grey roll neck sweater by John Smedley.
Chris wears charcoal overcoat by Margaret Howell, black hooded base layer by Patagonia. Black gloves and socks stylists own. Anna wears insulated coat by CP Company, Jeans and boots Anna’s own.
Anna wears navy cashmere blanket by Armand Diradourian at Mr Porter.
Chris wears khaki aircraft jacket and grey drill trouser both by Nigel Cabourn, green insulated gilet by Tomas Maier at Matches Fashion,
grey roll neck by John Smedley, black boots by Blundstone.
Chris wears charcoal overcoat by Margaret Howell, black gilet by Finisterre, black hooded base layer by Patagonia, black waterproof trousers by Patagonia.
Anna wears olive insulated coat by CP Company, Black hooded t-shirt by Stone Island Jeans.
Chris wears green field jacket, navy and grey insulated jacket, khaki shirt, all by Polo Ralph Lauren.
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