The show opened with a mood setting film, a fresh-faced beauty awkwardly begins to eat a delicate white flower in a daylight soaked but empty room.

The first look emerged; a simple 60’s style shift with full length sleeves dances out, pale and nude but made from a heavy lace. Skeletal chiffon violet fabric gathers, caught in the seams between panels on tonal nude mini dresses. The panelling, strategic in its placement followed the form flatteringly, whilst maintaining Kyrstof’s signature geometric cuts.

A-line mini dresses, in familiar silhouettes, achieved a girlishness kept demure by the repeated nudes and classic modest necklines.

A loose fitting yet sharp black suit accompanied by a luxurious flesh toned shirt buttoned high lending a sudden burst of masculinity to the otherwise ultra feminine collection.

Gradually colours burst onto the catwalk, lead by a happy chiffon fuchsia as exquisite reptilian prints in aqua, mint, violet and dusty pinks staggered between milky tea hues, black and creamy nudes.
 
Cropped at the midriff printed sheers swung forming the upper layer over black silhouettes. Whilst floor length skirts and wide legged trousers, in the same weighty lace seen in the first look, swept the floor.

Completing the collection were solid high gloss nude bangles stacked on slender wrists. Overall, beautiful and  feminine.
 
Words : Lara Angol
Images : Nicole Trundle

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