London Fashion Week – Sass & Bide
A lot of suspense was created using music to prolong the hustle and bustle backstage but as soon as the beat dropped a fierce looking model stepped out in an off white dress with origami folds to contour her shape. Flawless and sleek I didn’t expect any less from Sass & Bide. Their collection featured lots of bold metal neckpieces as well as flowers, lots of their signature neon bursts.
Love shady was the title of their collection, and it translated as a relationship between the masculine and the feminine which was seen through tailored silk suits contrasted against highly embellished short party dresses and pale cream ostrich feather skirts. Full of sensual soft silhouettes but opposed by romantic precision, the flash of orange complimented the whites and creams superbly
Cara Delevigne strutted the catwalk looking impeccable in perfect party wear. Metal origami belts in silver adorned at the waist of frocks, especially highlight on the full length mirror dress with sheer black sides, a phenomenal piece that shone on the runway. Featured metal capped shoulders were seen on tuxedos layered like feathers, which was a beautiful take on the new jacket. There was a definite ethereal atmosphere as silks and sparkles cascaded down the white floor. Armour decorated the bodies of models in a delicate yet well sharp way which balanced out the masculine and the feminine.