This season Gyunel showcased her latest couture collection, a vibrant display of 90’s nostalgia and romantic grunge looks. The designer, originally from an artistic background completed her education at Central Saint Martins and London College of Fashion. Gyunel is known for her transitional style of design, using prints created from her oil paintings which are then transformed into fashion looks ready for the catwalk.
This unique application of creativity is merged with elegant craftsmanship and timeless designs. The luxury couture brand was founded in 2005 and has since built a strong international client base working on an appointment-only basis.
The latest SS20 looks reinforce a teenage spirit, exhibiting strong 90s references to punk and grunge which are carried through the collection. The use of royal blue, black and metallic fabrics could be seen alongside a range of silhouettes from full-length gowns, fitted body con dresses and boxy denim jackets. Swarovski embellishments and the use of transparent fabrics like organza gave the range a sassy glamours look. A unique glitzy denim co-ord and a baby pink halter neck bustier dress stood out from the collection, styled with Doc Martins providing a princess rocker vibe to this seasons looks.
Overall Gyunel’s collection was a unique display of couture artistry, combining a range of classic designs and reinforcing the designer's recognisable skills in painting and couture fashion.
Written By Eshe Mitchell Photography: Davide Sometti
An elegant and unforgettable display of this seasons looks from Rohmir took place during London Fashion Week at The Freemasons building at Fashion Scout last week.
The Swiss designer who collaborated this season with Choreographer and dancer Kirill Burlov and National Ballet dancer Jia Zhang. displaying this seasons collection with great elegance, a mixture between runway and dance. “Shall we dance” was Inspired by the designers trip to South America.
This collection was both glamorous and luxury with a variety of fabrics such as velvet, silk, lace and ostrich feathers, deep teals, flamboyant gold, and peach also showcased throughout, including floral textures.
Timeless shapes where consistent through this seasons looks, with open sleeved capes, off the shoulder gowns and deep plunge necklines. The subtle skin was also shown which gave this season a slightly sexy tone, this was seen with side split full-length skirts. The collection also showcased children’s wear with matching outfits, demonstrating a range of looks for those special occasions that are sometimes accompanied by children.
Overall the collection was one of a kind and stood out from many on the day, the classy timeless pieces spoke volume and leave us eagerly awaiting next seasons collection.