Having shot the line in Africa, it only made sense there was a soft golden glow to the collection. Hints of savannah-inspired colours, and rusty red hues hit the catwalk. There were hints of punchy patterns, soft feminine collars, graphic cuts and asymmetrical hemlines. Absolutely stunning, fun and flirty!
From left to right: Manning Cartell, Sass & Bide, Toni Maticevski, Fleur Wood and Jayson Brunsdon
Does the blue Jayson Brunsdon dress not scream out, 'I would love scones with my tea please'? Feminine straight collars matched with a heart-shaped, sheer-sleeved dress makes it the perfect 'girly' dress. Absolutely in love. Here are a few of my favourites:
Peplum and lace accentuates the feminine figure. A hint of sequin adds splashes of fun and sparkle to your outfit.
The jacket, second from the right. What an amazing silhouette! Can't get enough of it. The shoes are very Zara-esque, elegant level 9000, comfort level unfortunately 0.
We're seeing a lot of metallics and sequins, and I am definitely not complaining. The tangerine lip colours adds spice and colour to the outfit, although honestly the wearability of it is questionable. Although very bold and statement, you're basically asking for attention whether you want it or not!
Cue matches print on print. Bold, fun and exciting
Cue with their florals again. Very feminine, and the necklace just beckons for attention, the fluttering eyelash sort of attention.
TL Wood with a great outfit ensemble. Clean cuts, and simple tones bring out the soft-patterned-print.
Kate Sylvester's outfit is feminine and ever-so-structured. Her line is finished perfectly with a simple collar, it adds a edgy dimension. A soft blush matched with the black-and-white features of this outfit would make this absolutely stunning
Did I mention how jaw-droppingly feminine and amazing Jason Brundson's line was? Oh I did, well, I'm sure listening to this rant a third time won't hurt! Oh you've really got MYer heart pumping!