Catwalk Looks that Count
The number of runway images that come our way each season is overwhelming. Which is why, before spring/summer 2019 fashion season begins, we take a look at the catwalk looks that made the most impression from different fashion shows arround the world, and how it shapes the way you dress and shop.
1. Lanre Da Silva Ajai
Our party nights got hotter, with classic sequins and Irridecent collection as showcased by LDA at the GTBANK Fashion Weekend and the Arise Fashion Week 2018.
2. Tiffany Amber
Tiffany Amber reinvented classic florals at the Heineken Lagos Fashion and Design Week 2018, to bring chic optimism to our wardrobes.
3. Mary Martin London
Mary Martin as always floored the runway of the Africa Fashion Week London 2018 with dose of dramatic looks.
Senegalese Sarayaa’s attention to detail in her tailoring and silhouette at the AFWL 2018, deserve being highlighted.
5. David Tlale Gtbank
South Africa’s David Tlale was a delight with his exaggerated ruffles, wearable arts and more.
The new entrant at the Gtbank Fashion Weekend 2018, made the most impression with his ultrafeminine collection featuring chic olour block, Tassles, gothic look and more.
7. Ituen Basi
Using embriodries, Ituen Basi transformed otherwise plain clothes to wearable arts
We can’t get enough of Rodart’s show stopping looks from the New York Fashion Week 2018.
9. Micheal Kors
Michael Kors took his audience to beach in a show featuring swim hats and beach towels.
10. Mac Jacob
Mac Jacob’s showed an array of bright colours, standing out with a red feathered coat with giant corsege.
11. Molly Goddard
Molly’s fuchsia tulle dress got the audience transfixed at the London Fashion Week 2019.
12. Emilia Wickstead
Emilia Wickstead oversized baby blue coat was a show stopper.
Chanel wowed at the Paris Fashion Week A/W 2019, in a layered checks and dogtooth prints. The look featured a wide leg jumpsuit and oversized tweed coat with a clashing printed hat. It’s a must-have for the season.
14. Alexander McQueen
Sarah Burton’s latest collection for Alexander McQueen featured androgynous tailoring, breathtaking gowns and heavily studded boots.
Oladehinde’s afro chic collection, which featured an arrey of silk adire and batik in outstanding styles was one of the best outings at the Africa Fashion Week Nigeria 2018.
By Yemisi Suleiman