Apart from Matthew Williamson, this was by far my favourite collection I saw at LFW. Held at Fashion Scout on Day One of London Fashion Week it contained shapes, fabrics and a mix of colours and prints to die for.
The palette was a mix of cool candy colours with a gorgeous lime green and lilac paired together, powder blue and grey and metallic’s like gold and bronze mixed with soft pinks. The prints were quirky with bold repetitive graphic designs mixed with softer feminine florals.
My favourite looks were the oversize softly tailored trousers with floral bralet and the stunning pleated rose pink silk dress. Plus a very cool cropped jacket in green with metallic sleeves, this was a real standout piece.
The last two looks were an amazing finale. The first a floor length printed a-line gown with strapless corset bust and the second an incredible tiered gown made up of multi candy coloured layers with a baroque style print and strapless corset top. This final dress had everyone on their feet vying to get a photo and was genuinely so beautiful.
I loved this collection, it was fun and really feminine. I loved the use of soft colour and prints and there were so many elements of collection that I can’t wait to see appearing as trends in Spring 2015.
Let me know what you think of the Ong-Oaj Pairam Collection.