A 90s interpretation of the 70s in its Spring/Summer collection. Pop culture’s infamous icons, David Bowie, Iggy Pop and Lydia Lunch were muses for this range. McQ translated the era and these enigmatic muses into garments of easy silhouettes, contrasting gabrics and jarring, provocative colors.
Showcasing a Spring/Summer 2017 collection this season, taking the upbeat and feminine woman as an inspiration for the line. With the theme “Glitter Glam”, the free and youthful spirit of this line was enhanced with vivid colors nd bold lines inspired by graphism to modern art to the hippie-folk movement.
Celebrate the cultural euphoria portrayed in menswear and womenswear with garments characterizing expressions of freedom. Ponchos, parkas and military jackets, blouses and dresses were deconstructed into feather-light yet voluminous silhouettes. Technical taffetas with metal straps or drawstrings featured a more industrial feel to the design.
Inspired by the renaissance painting of Hieronymous Bosch and British designer Zandra Rhodes’ lively prints. Garments evoking historic Venetian textiles and quirky prints were designed on ethereal soft dresses, shirts and smart trenches for modern daywear. Accents of appliques and movement of fabrics brought out a sense of sophistication and grace to the collection.
It encapsulates true Malaysian culture, in a marriage between the traditional and the contemporary. This collection highlights batik as an art of creating patterns.
Mita Tam Style Studio
With the theme “Break Free”, light patterns as well as colorful floral dresses for both casual and formal occasions were a prominence in their Spring/Summer 2017.
Showcasing its Spring/Summer 2017 collections, delighting fans who adore British fashion.
ae’lkemi by Alvin Fernandez
Featuring 20 beautiful pieces from his latest Spring/Summer Ready-to-Wear and Couture collections. In addition, we had the first-time privilege of viewing bespoke pieces with the theme “turning a raw material into something precious”. The ae’lkemi Signature Store will be opened at Starhill Gallery’s Lot UG17, Adorn Floor until 10 May 2017.