Frida Kahlo is the inspiration behind our collection, both as an artist and a style icon, for her audacious love of colour and fearless layering of prints and textures. Symbols often depicted in her art; flowers, fruits, monkeys and birds intertwined with ribbons, necklaces and vines influenced detailing within the collection in beady embellishments and digital prints.
Textured fabrics of raffia, tapestry, jacquard, lace, and leather combine with technical fabric in harmony to create volume and movement in the silhouettes. Frida’s style is illustrated in prints of architectural lines, modern graphics and antique florals which clash in form and colour.In your opinion, what are some of the big trends we can expect to see on the catwalk at MBFW?
Ladylike 50’s silhouettes, tribal prints and graphic art, white suiting and luxe sportswear.What’s your favourite fashion week memory?
Fashion Week 2010; the mood and all creative aspects aligned to fulfil our vision.What are you most looking forward to at fashion week this year?
Pushing the creative boundaries further.What will you be doing after fashion week wraps?
We always celebrate with our team after the show; a good night’s sleep, and a visit to the new La Prairie Spa could be on the cards!!