"It was a turn of the page, a conscious one. I felt that a lot of people were waiting for me to show a different side of my work. I felt that if I wanted to work on a collection that was different, I had to completely remove the print. It felt important to me to work on a product that’s not so easily copied by the high street, something that’s quite unique."
Read all about Mary's take on her AW14 collection, her views on getting to know customers, taking a break from digital prints and launching ecomm in the US in her interview with Nicole Phelps from Style.com.