Monday, 29 February 2016

LFW AW16 DIARIES: DAY FIVE...REJINA PYO, TATA NAKA






























REJINA PYO

The Rejina Pyo AW16 collection was full of some really elegant and chic pieces that I believe is ideal for the modern day woman. I was particularly drawn to the white suit and white off the shoulder top and wide leg trousers. They were by far my favourite pieces amongst the other beautifully designed pieces. 

I loved that the collection featured pops of colours as well as some dark shades. It's the kind of collection that I feel has a wider appeal to the masses and caters to a number of style types from the conservative elegant lady, the fun daring girl to the laid back lady.

The AW16 collection extends to include footwear and accessories in collaboration with a Korean bran Yuul Yie and London based label URIBE.









































TATA NAKA

A personal favourite of mine. The Tata Naka AW16 presentation was one that I was looking forward to the most over London Fashion Week. I was thoroughly impressed with their SS16 collection last season and as such I was eagerly anticipating the arrival of their AW16 collection. To my delight, they surpassed their SS16 collection with incredibly beautiful design using unique prints that help to tell the story of their collection.

The Tata Naka AW16 collection took inspiration from extra- terrestrial activity, the disco era and as well from style icons such as Donna Summer, Diana Ross and Grace Jones. This is clear to see in the styling of the models and in the bold contrasting colours thats ever so prevalent in the collection. Footwear was also a focus for the AW16 collection with heels and mules featuring cut out designs on metallic disco leather prints which was very reminiscent of the disco ball.


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