Wednesday, 25 September 2013

Betty Tran Review - PFF Designer Capsule 2013

Betty Tran was the most anticipated designer on the catwalk during PFF designer Capsule 2013, and did not disappoint with her edgy twist on the classic female silhouette. The loud modern clashing music contrasted the femininity of the designs reinforcing the designers inspiration from the strength the passion and love portrayed through the modern woman.  With two central colour schemes of cherry red and metallic blue the catwalk featured varying textiles with a focus on elegant lacing. Classic shapes, fun colours, and over sized jewelry it was a collection any woman would kill to wear and was suitable for a variety of ages. Models wore the collection with messy buns and Gothic lace veils adding an almost French elegance to the collection. Towards  the end of the show work wear progressed into eye catching floor length gowns however followed the same colour scheme and classic elegance of the rest of the collection. The video bellow shows the final walk from Betty Trans exhibition at PFF Designer Capsule 2013.

“I'm tough, I'm ambitious, and I know exactly what I want. If that makes me a bitch, okay.” Madonna
Key Trends evident on Betty Tran's Runway: Metallic, over sized jewelry, high buns, Gothic, elegance, lace and tailoring.

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