Backstage And Runway.
Yes, I’m back again and I stick to my last point about the shows going uphill. here are my daily updates of what went down at the show.
First,i’ll start with Bridget Awosika.Bridget Awosika’s show gave me an amazing amount of edge; with that unique SS ’14 collection. she gave white, blues, grey, navy, yellows and lilac, with very defined shapes and a couple of asymmetrical pieces. talking about her collection, she explained that her collection was inspired by being able to cherish what you have so she took 12 of her best pieces and reworked them.
OK so you guys know i love red as its my favourite color right? so here is Washington Roberts who gave me that red lace jumpsuit that made my heart stop as soon as it appeared on the runway. The collection was very elegant and it represented the confident and sexy woman.
Iconic Invanity was everything and beyond! Embellishment and sparkles have never looked so appealing. This line was very glamorous and elegant, not only because of the amazing and attention grabbing embellishments but also because of the black satin, bold yellows, royal blue and velvet. Its so easy to go tacky with embellishment and sparkles but they got it right.
so….stay tuned for the last update. till then*kisses
Backstage And Runway.
Still on the fashion show which was tagged as ‘Orange Culture’ brought about a whole lot of prints. speaking with some of the designers after the show such as Bayo Oke-Lawal,Re Bahia,Mai Atafo, and Mi-Le talked about their various unique collections and the inspiration behind it all.
Now here are some of the designs , so sit back and enjoy *winks
According to Bayo Oke-Lawal, his collection was inspired by trees ,the headpieces were representative of the cycle of trees with the colorful eyebrows.
For Re Bahia, i got a lot of sheer, satin and very transparent pieces, but in the most elegant way possible.the bold blues, perfect pinks and the wintery white outfits were breath-taken if there’s any lesson here it’s that loose fitting clothes are just as sexy. Orire certainly deserved a standing ovation for her amazing collection.
Mai Atafo Like a lot of other designers, made use of lot of prints, Ankara in particular and a lot of bold colors. Mai Atafo made use of men’s fashion as a means of inspiration for the modern woman outfit as seen in the bow ties and ties on the women, hats and even cigars. Who said this is a mans world!?
Mi-Le showcased a lot of monochrome,The pieces were very edgy and had very defined shapes.