Sculpted suiting, dramatic draping, and tonnes of tulle are all the ingredients for a successful Malan Breton show.
Elegance and drama have always been effortless for Malan, the designs form part of a much larger story. The runways of London Fashion Week always turn into another realm, be it a fairytale, or a gothic horror, the pieces can transport you wherever Malan wishes you to go.
This AW20 collection named ‘Rise of the Phoenix’ is inspired by The Firebird Ballet. The pieces are adorned with Swarovski crystals that glisten and resemble embers, and the bold use of colours explores the vibrancy of fire and rebirth.
Extending this inspiration beyond the designs themselves, the collection is made up of upcycled fabrics and the paillettes are made of recycled plastics, which seemed to be a recurring theme on the runways this season with more and more designers showcasing their ability to diversify their design process and utilise more sustainable ways to produce their collections.
If you enjoy making a statement and you’re looking for a sophisticated, contemporary collection that’s both ready to wear, with a toe dipped in couture, then look no further, and set your world on fire with Malan Bretons ‘Rise of the Phoenix’ AW20…
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