Hello friends ❤️ Last week I posted about all my looks for Malta fashion week, this week I’m here to talk to you about some of the shows that went on during the week. All of the shows were very unique and distinctive from each other but they ALL gave me serious style envy.
Rosemarie Abela – La Cupola
The collection draws it’s inspiration from the Mosta Dome, Malta Skyline and Neo- classical period. It’s aimed at women that express their individuality through fashion. I loved the tassle and embroidery details on many of her pieces.
Yana’s Jewellery – Mystical Branches
Inspired by the work of Gustav Klimt ‘The tree of Life’, Yana’s new collection focused on the use of rope designs and gold wire wrapping beautiful stones and beads.
Parascandolo – Vanity Rebels
This collection is very cool, bold and effortless. It featured simple designs with powerful messages and graphics, along with edgy denim. I loved the inclusion of iconic Maltese symbols in some of the pieces.
Maria Cutajar – Boho Goddess
Inspired by the bohemian lifestyle, Maria’s collection featured flowy light fabrics to heavy knitwear. The outfits were very effortless yet put together, which is something I try to achieve in my own looks. The colour scheme changed throughout the show- from the more earthy tones to the pink & purple hues. My favourite were definitely the latter!
Carla Grima Atelier – Abloom
LOVE this collection! It featured everything you need for the perfect summer wardrobe; from kaftans, jumpsuits (love jumpsuits) to amazingly designed swimsuits. The colour scheme of the collection is what I’m obsessed with at the moment – oranges, reds and bold prints ❤
Gaetano – Divas
Gaetano’s collection is a celebration of powerful, strong women. Inspired by real life musical divas such as Beyonce, Mariah Carey and Claudia Faniello. It included all the latest trends such as flares and lace. I loved the entire collection, definitely need one of Gaetano’s dresses in my wardrobe!
Ritienne Zammit – I Love Valletta
The collection was a tribute to our capital city & the location of this years Fashion week – Valletta. Absolutely loved it! It incorporated a lot of bold print and fabrics, however it was designed in a very wearable manner.
I hope you enjoyed this post ❤ Well done again to ALL the designers!