Since graduating from Glasgow School of Art, Pam Hogg has been awarded the Newbury medal of distinction, the Frank Warner memorial medal, the Leverhulme scholarship and the Royal Society of Arts bursary in recognition of her early work. This led her to London and the Royal College of Art where she continued her studies gaining a Master of Art degree.

Pam Hogg continues to create, direct, produce and style each of her collections. With the likes of Tim Blanks, Brooklyn Beckham and Rose McGowan on front row, the show was highly anticipated. The entire vestibule was full of eager onlookers ready for what the show had in store.

Photography by Catherine Baker

The brightly coloured collection featured technicolour pieces ranging from dresses, to body suits to tailored coats. Huge head pieces towered above the model’s heads, made from tulle and the signature technicolour pattern. Pink under eye shadow with elongated bottom eyelashes made the eyes pop and the slicked back hair kept the look effortless.

A range of pink, yellow, white, blue and black tulle looks bounced down the catwalk, with fuller areas and more sheer parts of the pieces.

Gold pieces mixed into bright technicolour pattern, pastels and neutrals. Gold embroidered words adorned the ivory pieces. One specific look featured multi-coloured tulle with coloured bows embellishing the bodysuit; with a tall, baby blue tulle head piece, this look was one of the most eye-catching. The sensational show did not disappoint, and Pam Hogg enjoyed pictures with the models back stage, following an undeniably successful evening.

 

Words by Zoe Bennetts

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