Saturday, 24 February 2018

VERSACE | Fall 2018

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80’s Glamour. Who better to bring it back? Donatella Versace. She lived it, she triumphed through it. Last season’s retrospective for her brother Gianni was so good, every piece was as spectacular as the genius he was. 


The play on classics this season, the trenchcoat, the schoolgirl shirt collar, the tartans! The house amazingness continues, in the 80’s the hair was such a focus, now the head coverings is set to reinvent the spirit of glamour. With one accessory, Donatella remains currently significant, the years of bouncing Cindy blowouts now becomes political. The  tightly-wound jersey scarves and dark glasses rendered the ultimate visual impact. Subliminally, they signaled a lot of things which are now up for consideration. Donatella  said that to her, those pieces meant "mystery". She and Gianni were always open to diversity and nothing has changed. Today, inclusiveness takes in the fact that there are so many cultures in the world where modesty is STILL a standard.

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Tuesday, 20 February 2018

David Koma Fall 2018

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David Koma held his Fall 2018 in a church. If that’s not epic I don’t know what is. The silhouettes depicted strong women and what a time in fashion to perfect the usual 60’s look Kona is known for.


Koma was excited to highlight the evolution of his outerwear. "We worked so hard on the coats this season," he said, referring to the butter-soft black leather Perfectos and trenchcoats with shearling panels that appeared at the start of the show. "To me, these pieces are what I have in mind when I envision a strong, modern woman of today," he said, adding, "I often ask my female friends whether they enjoy wearing my pieces, and when they do, it fills me with happiness." God is good!

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Thursday, 8 February 2018

ZUHAIR MURAD

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I was not into the show’s title, Indian Summer! I and others think this was an awful title choice! And worst yet Zuhair didn’t hire any Native American artisans to help bring his vision to life. At least that would’ve lent some authenticity to the display and help us to swallow the title. In saying that, the  collection was still beautiful.


On the strength, there were enough stunning looks among the mix for clients forget the Indian Summer theme should they be concerned about people’s reactions...well maybe

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