Saunders is back with more colour-blocking, this time in baby blue, pink and faun.
Some daywear pieces looked clunky and either weren’t finished well or the fabric wasn’t right for the look. The white jacket with sheer sleeves was a bit of a mess and a jacket with a blue and white cube print looked amateurish.
However, a faun dress with a geometric pink insert was sexy and chic. The insert had sets of studs tracing the lines of the insert’s print. It sounds more complex than it looks and I’m not really explaining it very well. There was a beautiful saltwater taffy coloured dress with a simple frill and a curling device under a slip that gave it bounce.
I think Saunders works better with more fluid fabrics like silk. These were his stronger pieces.


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