Fashion Week: We’ve all seen it online, plastered on the pages of fabulous fashion magazines and of course injected into the contents of our wardrobes. But this week, I was lucky enough to take my fashion infatuation to a whole new level.
Drum roll please…..
Above: Stunning bra and suit creations by Le Sordo and models Bella and Chanique prepare for the show.
Lo Sordo’s collection was the empitomisation of feminine chic,with soft sorbet tones and modern, ruched trenches. The super slick silk numbers were paired with flat white pumps; which the models were very happy about!
The show marked Michael’s sixth year at Fashion Week and once again, he proved his undeniable understanding of how to dress the female body.
He stated: ‘This season I really looked at the women and who she is. It’s really about: ‘who is this woman and how can we dress her?”
I dressed LA based model Joanie in a show-stopping neon- tulle shirt teamed with Cameo’s most unique print: the geometric.
The makeup look was girl next door meets glamor, with futuristic glowing skin and backcombed, messy low ponies.
Above: Cameo’s beautiful clothes (I want everything!) and a model poses for a quick snap.
Below: It’s show time!
The theme for the show was ‘Rio’, a city that Brunsdon himself is very fond of. The collection was beautifully bright and featured metallics, an aurora of greens and blues and tribal-inspired jewellery.
Below: The models in Brunsdon’s designs
Below: Setting up the quirky catwalk
The collection featured sheer sleeves, jewel tones and a modern take on the suit. But one thing was for sure, the creations oozed the glamour and class that would make any woman feel like a princess. The hair and makeup matched this glamzon vibe, with undone curls and golden, smokey eyes.
Models included the sexy Stenmark twins, who I was lucky to see between dress changes (pervert? Never!)