Swiss fashion house Rohmir showcased their SS18 collection at London Fashion Week and what a show it was.
Beautifully crafted gowns graced the catwalk in what you can only describe as elegant. White lace, sheer see-through tops and floral printed garments really represented the feminine silhouette. The models were beautifully dolled up and accessorised with sparkling diamonds and body chains.
Serenaded by a beautiful opera singer who also was in a glamorous Rohmir gown, with some of the models tastefully dancing down the catwalk really made all the difference to keep the attendees entertained.
With the models going down the catwalk hand in hand with their mini-mes that only added more aww’s to the show it was very mummy and me, but in the most spectacular way you can imagine. It was all so sweet and playful as the models greeted each other as they passed. And an amazing finale where the models walked and stopped so you could get a better and closer look to the collection.
Rohmir really put on a show that would make you want to know what they have in store for next season.
Written By Maria Santee Photographer: Ian Clark Interviewer: Anastasiya Giarletta
Katie Eary revealed her SS18 collaborated collection with BOY London, spliffy and Pretty Green. Bonding over their history in British street fashion the iconic brands were able to pull together an amazing collection. Including items as far as sexy tropical printed swimwear and bikini bottom jeans to neon waterproof jackets, with round headpieces to add to the bug-like theme. This collection was something not to be missed.
A combination of silk pyjamas, mesh hoodies, washed denim, erotic tie up bikinis and heavily influenced BOY London streetwear apparel. Mixed with Eary’s distinctive prints in the form of creepy crawlies really added a beautiful contrast to this collaboration. This season’s prints included beetles, dragonflies and electric blue butterflies, inspired by Sci-Fi, High-Vis and Day-Glo this collection is a universe of Eary’s imagination.
With long Rizla invites offered to the Katie Eary x Boy London show guests, pink and green braided hair extensions and a great soundtrack choice the show was an incredible sight to see.
When I think of the classic Englishman dressed in impeccably tailored, classic shapes in neutral colors I think of Oliver Spencer. For this Autumn, Oliver delivers on giving sophisticated, modern options for the busy man. From clothing to accessories, he thought of all the circumstances of a what a busy male would need with bags, umbrellas, glasses and more. For this upcoming season, he has envisioned men wearing black and grey outfits that either are solid or patterned with touches of autumnal burnt oranges and rusty reds.
Gone are the zealously styled clothes of paisley prints, mutli-coloured ensembles and overly patterned clothes. Thick jackets that came in a variety of lengths had no extra fuss with practical pockets in substantial materials. Oliver describes this collection as having a “Velvethead” twist, alluding to the cultural roots of music and fashion. He did take a break from his structured silhouette, by scattering touches of relaxed trousers with a touch of pattern-work.
One of his unique stylistic touches that were throughout his collection was the cropped leg, giving everything a touch of youthful, casualness no matter how luxurious the fabric that was chosen. One of the special things about Oliver’s shows is his desire to give back to the community and he partnered up with Vero’s ‘Buy Now’ platform and created umbrellas that he will be giving 100% of the profits to a charity called SHINE, which supports young people who are diagnosed with cancer.
Very rare to see any brand give 100% of a products’ proceeds to a charitable cause, making Oliver Spencer a brand not only one can wear with pride to look stylish and well equipped for any occasion, but also a brand that one can know that is contributing to a worthy cause.