Tailored body-con jackets with attached bonnets (not dissimilar to bike helmets) started the show, matched with restrictive pencil skirts and long white coats. The coats boasted stiff white belts, reminiscent of oriental jackets with exaggerated shoulders and not a pleat or crease in sight.
Crimson and orange jumpsuits added colour to the collection and walked hand-in-hand with oversized furry sleeved jackets and tops with exaggerated peplums. The show which took influence from Asia, boasted black and white printed fabrics, transparency and splashes of more oriental clothing.
Sheer veils were draped delicately over the models head and shoulders, partially concealing the face, paired with exaggerated shoulder detailing and sheer mini dresses.
– Charlotte Stamp