This collection had a very subtle ethnic feel to it. The models wore elaborate headpieces that were made of feathers to resemble ears, creating an animalized look. The colours were very rustic, with printed fabrics in rustic oranges, golds and bronzes. This was contrasted with another printed fabric that that look like soft pebbles, bringing in grey and blue tones into the collection. This look was then all brought together with the most amazing laser cut leathers! The leathers were cut into really thin strips that were sewn together, to create the most delicate leather boleros and jackets!
There was a lot of gathering on the dresses, which were very fitted at the front but draped beautifully at the back. The gathering continued through out the collection and worked amazingly on leggings! The different prints were contrasted together, to create such a striking effect. Combining prints together has appeared through out various catwalk shows this week.
Harem pants are still favourite with designers and Wilmont worked them beautifully, by creating harem one pieces with cut out sections. They were to die for!!
This was such a powerful collection that brought together the most gorgeous fabric and leathers and worked then into the most amazing works of art!