Given the number of designers who worked on this collection and the level of cohesion and harmony they were able to achieve, Lunyee was the collection that surprised us the most this season. Where we expected a steady flow like any other collection, this showcase with both men and women’s wear was indeed a much welcome sort of ‘calm’ amidst the storm of this year’s London Fashion week.
Despite the many cooks who could have potentially spoilt this broth, there was finesse in the work and execution of the clothes and a clash-free clarity in the ideas presented. The range, diversity and versatility of having multiple designers work on the project were not only beneficial but also greatly appreciated by the spectators.
There were no trashy pieces in the collection from what we can tell – just pieces we prefer over most others. However, there were some major “Oh No!” moments too, such as with the translucent rain-coat type top for men, the shiny fringe detailing on a jacket, etc.
Despite all this, Lunyee managed to give us a collection we can look forward to own and rock, next season. The range, quality and look of the materials, the functionality and the ease of the clothing presented make the range desirable and hence, we wouldn’t be surprised to see a lot of people in Lunyee’s clothes, this spring summer.
Overall Impression – 8.5/10
Favourite Pieces – Blue and black dress, icy blue dress, pale pink piece, new version of the LBD, one shoulder white top, beige cape top and so many more!
That’s about it from our end for this one, folks! We are eager to know what you think, so feel free to let us know!
Here is the link to the video of this collection – and we’ll catch you in the next one!