The Fremont show at Concept Fashion Week was an interesting one. During and immediately after the show I was surprisingly underwhelmed, surprisingly given that I've been a huge fan of them in the past.
It wasn't until I got round to editing these photos (what feels like weeks ago now – if you haven't realised I'm beating myself up about being so late to post my fashion week coverage) that the collection began to digest. The issue I had with it was that this is the wallflower of the shows I saw, it wasn't gaudy, it wasn't showy it was incredibly wearable, and in retrospect, that's a good thing. Every piece, the gorgeous pale blue sheer blouse, the bohemian tiered dresses, the absolutely incredible jumpsuit complete with sheer legs, would melt beautifully into my wardrobe.
I adored the Indian styling, the chained headdresses and the ankle chains complete with bells (all things I own and wear) made the world traveller look complete and I desperately want to learn how to do the extraordinary fishtail braids.
All together a solid collection – no oohs and ahhs, but wearable, marketable and what's most important these days for any designer, sell-able.