Friday, 12 October 2012

Filipe Faisca

This collection was set to a compilation of James Bond themetunes which had most of the audience toe tapping and humming along.  I was at this point already a little tipsy andyou can tell this from my scrawled notes so my opinions cannot really betrusted here....
The collection opened with a bralet and striped trousers,the model wearing sunglasses and looking very ‘The Spy Who Shagged Me’ whilewhite and turquoise, bias cut satin softened the look.
Berets and bandanas gave an almost military feel to thecollection while elegant pleated numbers looked effortlessly cool and very European.A couple of stunning looks featured half black half white pieces, a slimmingeffect and a little different.
Flared trousers and shades of sand screamed of the swinging60’s – red and black were used heavily for bold effect. The only print used wasa bruised, purple snake skin that featured towards the end of the collection.
The final was a model wearing no top at all, her breastspainted red and wearing a floor sweeping sheer skirt. Kinky!
The finale featured the designer (who carried one of themodels last season!) dancing the full length of the catwalk with all of themodels – this was a little unorthodox but it made for a really fun end to theday. 

Jemima Daisy x

I've created a YouTube channel this week!

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