Quite possibly the most elaborate of this year’s showcase, Ashton Hall had an almost infinite amount of looks; that being said without complaint. The silhouettes were ultra feminine and dainty, and celebrated all things glamor. A string of ivory pieces domineered the first few looks, some with Asian influences, highlighting the kimono sleeve trend.
Cocktail dresses teemed with floral embroidery over sheer and satin fabrics reiterated his promise of creating something beautiful to see and romantic to wear. Even separates were sights to be seen: blouses billowing with poet sleeves offset pants with modern tailoring.
A host of structured jackets, one with perfect zippered accent placements, also made an appearance, underlining the duality between masculine tailoring with effeminate elements and ease.
Hall’s assemblage of reds was undoubtedly a sight to be seen. He didn’t skim on sexiness with a bevy of lace dresses, floor length skirts and a pair of palazzo pants with a lace stripe on the side of each leg all in the ravishing hue.
All in all, Hall’s was one of the most cohesive collections of the show. It surely wasn’t lacking in day to evening wear, and his attention to detail was remarkable. And there are definitely a few pieces I can see it-girls clamoring to get their pretty, little manicured hands on.
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