With the full show video now live on our website, let’s give you some more insight into the groups which walked the catwalk.
The first group to walk included work from Keir Booton, Audrey Galleon, Shayla Mustafa and Tyana Hemmings.
The look was drawn around blue tones and embellishment. Stepped hems, mesh and ruffled edges held a strong theme in the womenswear. We called it ‘Road Baroque!’
The activewear trend drew together the work of Annastasia Vikhoreva, Teklu Beraki and Elaine Man. The use of clean lines against a natural colour palette created a contemporary yet earthy vibe.
Dark tones and strong collars gave this cohort a powerful presence. The work of Jack Edwards, Sumaita Zaman, Thomas Burr and Shuqin Wang keep things mysterious and autumnal.
Georgia Staden Laing, Klaudia Pochylska and Tamia Pitt’s work utilised metallic components against blue and neutral tones. The intricate detailing kept the audience engrossed as they made their way down the catwalk.
The ultimate girl gang vibes brought Ruqiya Ahmend, Sezuthi Islam and Gloria Massamba-Lutama’s garments together. Feminine tones combined with powerful silhouettes ensured all their garments stood out in a crowd. The theme was fun and playful, the audience (and the models!) felt it too.
Maija Carr, Victoira Olejniczak and Tina Zviskova garments were heavily adorned, using texture and colour to make their garments truly individual and yet feminine. Wintery and opulent we called this groups the ‘Tsarinas adorned.’