TFJ shines the spotlight on a few of the designers from day 3 of MBFWA.
This years collection included floral prints, full length dresses that in some cases screamed drama [see below] and some very interesting trousers. While the occasional navy or other dark shade was thrown into the collection, for the most part brights took over and there was more than a ‘pop’ of colour. The peplum also peeked in and stripes adorned a top or two.
Floral embroidery and sheer skirts were the epitome of this feminine collection. Pink stood out among other vibrant shades and white played a sophisticated part in many of the garments. Shimmering fabrics also drew the eye to the stage and cut outs below the neck consistently made an appearance throughout the collection.
Watson x Watson:
Say welcome to the Watson sisters! They debuted their first collection at MBFWA and played it safe. Metallic popped into their collection as did leather and the odd printed piece. Sleeves were absent for the most part and dresses were fitted and straight cut. A pastel pinkish-purple was played around with quite frequently, but white, blue and black all made it into the collection too!
Image credits: Famous