Tuesday, September 21


As we waited outside the venue in the Freemason's Hall, Giulia, Tala (from MyFashDiary.com) and I kept wondering what the Masha Ma SS11 show would be like but we also reiterated how promising the collection seemed to us from just a few images we had seen beforehand. The line self-proclaimed itself as a new way of dressing up that put the focus on the look rather than on separates while still giving each of them its own practicality.
If anything, the collection made a point of white being self-sufficient despite the odd smoky print, the dashes of silver and strokes of nude and baby blue. The designer's cutting skills were proved excellent by creating the most interesting shapes and layered compositions that showed a futuristic vision less subtle than announced. Cropped and sculptured fitted skirts were paired up with loose fitting silk shirts and tops.
Giulia and I were enamoured by the silver cropped trousers of slashed pockets and the printed sheer blouse that became a trail at the back, belted in silver over a white pencil skirt. Enjoy our video of the finale. We can't wait to see what's in store from Masha Ma for FW11.
I'm off.

[Pictures: Christopherdadey.com]


Juliet said...

Wonderful! Somehow I missed this collection! Can't understand why!

juliet xxx

Emily said...

so many gorgeous pieces.. I'm lusting all the Whites/silvers/sheers and extras! truly magnificent collection.