Leona Collection was a mixture of chic party dresses and classic silhouettes. Leona Leonard, the designer for Leona, has a spirit for subtle prints and subdued colors, with an obvious eye for simple styling. I loved the floppy hats, the minimal sex appeal, and well-rounded collection.
Wai Ming was a collection filled with washed greys and deep blues with a touch of geometric print. An entire collection of comfortable and wearable pieces with a specific attention to the fit and flatter of a woman’s body. Classic styling combined with pleating and a subtle roughness made this collection accessible to a large number of women.
The SJOBECK Collection made me have a sudden desire for grey leatherette leggings. The mixture of textures was not only genius, but welcoming to the eyes of a female customer. With little touches of leather, feathers, and snakeskin print, I enjoyed each look for its reminiscent feeling of running through the rain while still looking completely fabulous.
Eva Franco was a fun and girly runway show that was obviously well received. The models enjoyed walking in the clothes, and the audience reciprocated this enjoyment. Floppy hats and twirling skirts, blowing kisses and umbrella accents. I was thoroughly impressed with the detailing of each piece, and I loved the variety of color and print. This was a gorgeous, fun, and extra feminine collection.
Zang Toi is such a talented designer, and this collection was proof of that fact. This collection, the last one of the evening, was an obvious crowd favorite. With luxurious furs and strategic branding, each look came from a solid root. A mixture of white, black, and red, Zang Toi amazed with his hidden details and reveal moments. When a model would turn around or open her coat, there was a surprise waiting to be shared. Whether it was simple red beads or an embroidered cape, this collection of looks is for a woman with enough confidence to turn heads and enough class to stay a mystery.