Jena Theo gave us an awesome show at the On/Off studios. Its collections such as these that make the trek between locations worth the while! The models rocked it out on the catwalk sporting the layered look making the collection very transitional. A subtle palette of creams, greys, stone and bronze was displayed through jersey cardigans and sweaters as well as floor and midi length dresses giving the feel of medieval inspiration. Hair and make up also enhanced this factor with black bands painted across the eyes and plaited hair framing their heads. Draping and asymmetry added a gentle touch to the collection whilst skinny jeans, rouched leggings, thigh high socks and chiffon transparent shirts all incorporated sex. Chunky and cable knits took the collection further into the season and away from the transitional feel. Jena Theo included a number of fabrics throughout the collection such as jersey cottons, chiffons, silks, wool; but it was oversized statement jackets in denim and leather patchwork that stole the show for me. Both easy on the eye and easy on the skin fabrics, feminine elements and a medieval/ rock n roll vibe; Jena Theo was a success. P.S we're loving the baby bump!
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