photos by Nicole and Darrel Hunter
Jenny’s show echoed the life of porcelain dolls in flowing gowns. It was a flurry of silk, chiffon and shiny beads floating down the runway. It somehow reminded us of a velvet playroom in a huge mansion somewhere in Maine.
We were in love with the Packham color palette this season. They were soft and elegant, even though the collection consisted of a number of bold red dresses. The models had their hair in loose ponytail, with a simple ribbon. (Totally seeing Kate Middleton in some of these pieces.)
The final dress was an absolute stunner - a simple piece with turqouise rouching and diamonds sprinkled all over her shoulders and décollatage.
Let’s play dress up again.
R & N
Oh yes, Falguni and Shane, we are going to be Wild Childs (or is it Wild Children? Ah, it’s Fashion Week, who cares about grammar). Your gowns are bold, brash, beautiful and to die for.
A combination of mesh, feathers and studs, this collection promises to bend every possible rule out there and make your headmaster’s glasses fog over. Having run-ins with the law have never felt better. The shiny corsets the models were in seemed more like an armor and we can’t wait to get our hands on it - although we have no clue where to wear it to.
The models strutted down the runway, proud and strong with a hint of mischief in their eyes, if we may say so. The music was a mash of classic lullabies and Skrillex - perfect to set the mood for the show.
Thanks to you, Falguni & Shane, we found our inner badass, and we think we’ll be sticking to it for a while.
R & N
The collection was a complex layered look of tees, geometrical jackets and hoodies with unrivaled prints. Throw in perfoming genius Boy Child, Willy Cartier (whom we are obsessed with) and A$AP Rocky to close the show, it was a no brainer as to why Hood by Air became the most talked about show of the season.
Also, the Final Walk was such a FASHION KILLA.