Sunday, 14 September 2014

The week with fashion- R-U-N-W-A-Y 4


Lime drop 

Leonard Street

Matcho Suba





I'm a model, you know what I mean and I do my little turn on the catwalk...

Runway 4 was the show I was lucky enough to attend this Spring fashion week. We were graced with the presence of labels such as Bul, Kuwaii, Chorus, above, and Tettman Doust, Matcho Suba , Lenard St , Lime drop and Gorman

The start of the show introduced a trend of a very plain neutral colour palette. The structure was quite simple and supported a clean cut look. It was the look of a classy business women in her comfort clothes, but yet they were very stylish with vibes of sheer sophistication. The second half was more to my liking, as you guys have gathered by now, I love colour! Anything with prints, patterns, polka dots, stripes and all the colours of the rainbow I absolutely adore! The creativity with prints of Gorman and Lime drop is what brought the show to life as well as the remarkable talent in structure from the piece of Matcho Suba. I was very impressed by his use of what appeared to be his inspiration of Melbourne and it's Luna Park.

Gorman- There vibrant artistic pattern brought life to their collection and complemented the silhouette  of the garments really well. I loved the clash of prints in the fabric pattern. It supported a girly retro look as if the print had been hand drawn with markers. I loved the laid back feel. It was very stylish yet looked comfy. 

Lime drop- I am in love with those holographic heart sunnies. They went so well with the collection. I really enjoyed the print of what I imagine to be from the inside of crystals or outer space. The use of geometric shapes added intrigue and mystery, leaving you to marvel over every angle of the garment. 

Leonard Street- Theres nothing I love more then a clash of prints as well as fabrics. Leonard Street were quite guilty of both. With this idea came a styling of a fabulous collection. I adored the contrast in colour clashes it worked so well together in the collection. The looks combined the attitudes of day and night wear all in one, leaving us as consumer a perfect look for day or night wear depending on how it's accessorised.

Matcho Suba- What to say about this collection... I was very impressed, the creativity in the structure of a garment was divine. The use of leather and its complement to the female bodies sihoulette was very pleasing to the eye. There's nothing more beautiful then the shape of a women's body. 

Tettman. Doust- The use of watercolours like fabric prints showed femininity with its soft beautiful nature. The soft fabric draped well on the model body which appears perfect for the warmer weather to come. The use of crochet over-layers appealed to your edgy/rustic side.

above. - Oversized blazers and giant bows showed us this business women is not all about being busy but has a fun quirky side. The business at the front and party at the back dress shirt implied this collection was for a women who loves to work as well as party. With a colour palette of soft greys and bright whites it self promotes a Chic look which changes the old stereotype of a plain business women's ensemble.

Kuwaii- I do love a nice baby blue and Kuwaii brought this colour to us in a very pleasant way. I quiet adore their chino pants. When mixing the colour to a print it was quite complementing. There basics shapes worked well with the fabrics creating ideal looks for this spring/summer season.

Chorus- There look appeared to be clean cut and white with feels of minimalism. Then it took quite a 
u-turn into a sunset. They use of bold colours and embellishments
 brighten the collection up and gave a futuristic edgy look. 

Well thats my 2 cents on this years Runway show. I hope you enjoy, Until next years spring fashion week. I once again quote the words of the one and only
 Coco Chanel 

Every day is a fashion show and the world is your Runway

So show it who's BOSS and walk it well!

Please note photos above were not taken by myself

Xo Diana

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