With too much colour and print and not enough design aesthetic, the collection of Charlotte Knowles left all of us wanting more – and not in a good way. There was something very undone and messy about the pieces showcased and the styling, with its inconsistency, did not help the brand’s case at all. While very few pieces like the pastel green coat and accompanying dress made for a memorable look, unless a better collection is presented next season, this brand is heading toward an assured downward spiral for sure.
Overall Impression – 5.5/10
With the key highlight of this collection being the beautiful drapes across all the fabrics used, the Yuhan Wang Collection is easy, breezy, summer-like and very commercial – though not the most astounding, design wise. All this, is without losing the point of view of the designer. Made better by neat accessories and decent styling, the collection showcased floral and plain dresses alike. The harmony in the individual pieces and the overall collection is beautiful and noticeably so. For a lot of young women and women young at heart, there is a lot to look forward to from Yuhan Wang, this spring and summer.
Overall Impression – 7.5/10
From metallic to rock chic, the Asai Collection attempts to make black come back to spring summer. Even when the accessories and some elements of styling are a little more eccentric than we are willing to admit, the collection also showcased some very covetable pieces and overall looks – such as the white and dark beige ensemble. That said, however, there are also a lot of tacky pieces and some too ‘Plain Jane’ to be worn in 2018. So honestly, we are not sure where we stand as far as the overall opinion on this showcase is – we are on the fence, so we’ll just let you decide.
Overall Impression – 6/10
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!