Lovingly selected colour combinations and fur accessorized dresses painted a picture of mysterious melancholy.
Animal and floral prints, variations of fringes and stripes came together for a sexy, sophisticated collection.
Board games like Chutes and Ladders played a major role in this imaginative, graphical and very colourful collection.
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Lumberjack checks and folkloric floras were mixed up with flowing silk dresses for an urbane 70s inspired hippie look.
Tapestry prints and padded velvet or organza were the outstanding elements in this Louise Bourgeois inspired collection.
Interior was beautifully brought to life through rich fabrics, reminiscent of an extravagant Parisian apartment. View the full collection here.
Cocooning was the concept of this utterly cosy show that mimicked the look of blankets wrapped around the body.
Suggestive sheerness and drawings of nudes transformed proper ladylike dresses to unabashedly sexual clothes. View the full collection here.
The ritualistic, dramatic presentation of total black looks emphasized the idea of sacrificing yourself to something bigger.
Minimalism fought against excess with the outcome of an exuberantly patterned and colourful show. View the full collection here.