Wednesday, 23 October 2013


Still working the luxurious boating chic that the label has become famous for, the collection opened with mint and white, the leafy print introducing natural themes. Huge, jewelled embellishments sparkled across the body accentuating the prints. Peach and red on a sharp white showed in tailoring, the prints adding a youthful air to otherwise sophisticated silhouettes  low cut neck lines and bias cut asymmetric, pencil skirts. Silk satin with threading prints dotted with jewels continued the organic influences in the collection, moving away from yacht side chic and leaning towards a fabulous country retreat. Dresses, trousers and jackets were cut quite severely using tailored influences while the softer lines of separates and blouses in chiffon and satin flattered the feminine form more.  Icy white was complimented by navy and grey to take the collection through to more embellishment in black evening wear. Menswear followed and complimented the womens wear with neckerchiefs, ankle skimming chinos and beautiful tailoring.

To completely win over the audience Miguel Vieira showed his new children’s collection, the levels of estrogen suddenly rocketed as the little darlings tottered down the catwalk in white lace, layered tea dresses and the cutest hooded casual wear. Using children to drive the crowds wild was a very good plan. Also a male model helping one of the kids out pretty much rendered the entire FROW’s female population pregnant.

Bravo Vieira, Bravo!

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