The inaugural Women’s Fashion Week 2011 Singapore concluded on Oct 30 after five days of haute couture showcase. Designers who presented include local favourites Thomas Wee, Ashley Isham and Frederick Lee, Parisian couturiers Dominique Sirop, Alexis Mabille and Anne Valerie Hash, among other couture geniuses. Here are some wearable trends we spotted on the runway.
Reminiscent of peacocks showing off their pretty tails, sheer skirts that swished with the models’ walk
are a perennial favourite at the Women’s Fashion Week.
We haven’t quite reached an age where robots walk among us, but these metallic-coloured outfits
sure make it easy to believe.
Designs that look like they were designed with Kate Middleton in mind — long sleeves and modest hemlines — were a big feature on the runway.
The boy-meets-girl trend is anything but over. The updated look consists of a monochromatic theme
and plunging necklines.