Remi Betesh

Prabal Gurung - United Colours

Inspired by his recent travels around the world, and representing over 30 countries in his array of models, Prabal’s collection shows that we are all connected through our ability to use colour as a language.  Bold neons and mismatched colours hit the runway in abundance. 


Zimmermann - Everlasting Romanticism

The Zimmermann sisters stuck to their roots with feminine silhouettes and modern romanticism. This year there were many influences of the 70’s and western elements. 


Brandon Maxwell - Glamour, glamour and MORE glamour! 

Each season Maxwell gives us one common theme, glamour! Vibrant as it is unique, his collection showed us a mix of bright colors, but what caught our attention was his wine handbags that we all need for a night out!


Tom Ford- Sexy As Ever

If we had to pick two words to describe Tom Fords clothing, it would be sleek and sexy. Giving us tons of neutral earth tones to continue into Spring/Summer and delivering leopard prints will still be considered a neutral in Mr Ford’s world. 



Deep velvets, sumptuous satins and weighty brocades gave a rich feel to the tailored suits and gowns, many trimmed with frills and adorned with pretty florals. The trendy New York restaurant Le Cou Cou was the perfect setting for the rich colour palette in bustiers and lace gowns which tied the show beautifully together.  Brock Collection continues to give us romantic lady-like designs through each collection.


Oscar de La Renta - The New Era of Practicality 

Spring May be the season of Oscar. With Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia in charge of the fashion house, they finally are finding their angle and making the brand totally wearable. With pants and crochet pieces for the modern day woman while also giving a sexy spin on their staple evening wear. We expect to see lots of women rocking Oscar all spring season long.