Make-up stripped bare; focus only upon brows and lips, MATH carried a striking collection to match. Hair was kept simple, with slick ponytails complimenting the make up whilst bringing the designs at the forefront.  An array of strong pastel block colouring and delicate cuts were displayed on seperates. Dresses, skirts, blouses and slim line trousers were all in the mix, A collection that could easily be ready to wear. Neutral colours had a refreshing take with neon brights seen alongside tasteful pastels, although only seen across the hips or beside the shoulder, these lashings of colour completed the designs.

The consistent beats provided by the sound system brought a mood across the runway. One that heighted the senses and left viewers wanting to see even more. Sheer fabrics were used with many having a sense of durability taking them from eveningwear to day. The dresses became a staple throughout, with most attention being drawn to the shaping. MATH provided us with a glimpse of what can be seen on this years high street, as well as incorporating the idea of smartwear with daywear in such an effortless way. VFS look forward to seeing whats in store next for MATH and the progression of the brand as a whole.

Text by Lora O'Callaghan (@loraocallaghan)
Images by Stephanie Matti