Farah Angsana is a new-to-me designer so I was extra curious to see her creations. Her collection showed a few very dressy daywear options and shorter cocktail dresses, but for the rest it was all about full length glamourous evening gowns. Dazzling!
Pictured in this post are some of my favourites of the collection. The gowns were colour-rich, soft and romantic. Not a solid black frock in sight. I really appreciated the fact that some of the gowns had sleeves. Silhouettes were both form fitting and voluminous. Orange, red, white, purple, cobalt and emerald green ruled the runway, although metallics were also popular. And in line with all the runway shows I’ve seen so far, printed evening gowns are very on trend.
I adored the 1940′s soft shoulder pad shown in some of the gowns, the red gown with the plunging neckline was my favourite of the lot. I liked how the gown was styled with fingerless driving gloves. How’s that for edge.
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