We have been absent for a while - apologies for that off the bat. We have been working on some new and exciting projects that we hope we will be able to share will you soon, but as a result our work here has had to be sidelined. It has been difficult; we have missed posting regularly and fashion week has always been one of our busiest times. This year, it has also been the impetus to get back into writing again. As such, we are taking a running jump to catch up with the weeks and shows that have already taken place in New York, London and now Milan. Hopefully by the end of Fashion Month we will be back to our regularly scheduled programme, but in order to do so, please brace yourself for a veritable tidal wave of posts over the next few days. 

First up is Tibi, where designer Amy Smilovic showed tailoring and suiting in a light grey Prince of Wales check that was modernised with the use of vinyl corsets. She showed a number of pantsuits, some with short trousers and often low-slung that, as with the corsets, appeared designed to emphasise the waist. The 1980s influences were clearly seen in the loose shoulders and paper bag trousers. There were tailored jumpsuits and a few denim pieces with perpendicular fastenings. The collection closed with a series of Spring-like fluid dresses with high necklines in lilac, chartreuse and navy.


Images | Marcus Tondo / Indigital.tv

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