The models walked the catwalk with hair that looked like a piece of artwork! It was pilled high in three tiers, like a stack of bread rolls. Ok, so my explanation doesn’t sound very glamorous, but it was, very contemporary and artistic. A reflection of what the show had to offer.
The prints were bold and geometric, which were very strong and powerful just like the clothes. The prints were in blue, red and black on a white background, so fresh! Or, a black polka dot and a butter yellow background, amazing!
There were very tightly fitted body con dresses that had the sculpted shoulders, softened with a ruffle at the waist, which enhanced the hips. This strong powerful dresses were more made feminine by using a fuchsia printed fabric.
The body con idea, developed into fabulous leotards that had sheer panels or strip detailing. The sculpted shoulders featured on dresses, skirts and playsuits with lace shorts! The skirt shapes were A-line and were either extremely short or fuller and finished at the knee.
The collection was breath taking, so elegant and powerful yet at the same time, very feminine. Scutt had combined the sculpted dressing with flirtatious ruffles to produce such an amazing collection!