Though we wouldn’t call it the most original, this was one collection we could easily imagine in our closets. Featuring leather and lace, bustiers and business suits in body-conscious tailoring, Nisse is wearable fashion for the working woman who likes her look to include a soupçon of sexy. Our fave? The red and black lace dresses from the finale. We’ll take one of each, please.
Creating the biggest buzz in MFW history with his star-studded audience including Will Smith (seriously!), P.K. Subban and Jeanne Beker and a high-energy performance featuring a dance-off between a traditional Haitian troupe and some uber-lithe ballerinas the real star of Ralph Leroy‘s show was the clothes. Known for his colourful collections, Leroy dialed it back a notch with elegant tailoring, supple suede and Chanel-esque blazers. But his signature vibrant style was still present in the glam touches including red lapels and laces and shimmering sequined dresses.
Always a crowd pleaser, Martin Lim‘s show didn’t have dancers but that doesn’t mean it didn’t have movement. Swinging fringe, flowing ruffles accented everything from oversized tops to figure-hugging shifts. Is it possible to Cousin Itt, but in a good way? We think so. And we want the golden fringed top asap.