Dresses had flowing trains in beautiful silks and velour. The more casual clothing was all about patchwork quilting, especially for the men, and all with a hint of medieval glamour as the root to the shapes and cut.
The finale dress was hand sewn with ostrich feathers (that naturally shed twice per year) onto white silk with a modern thigh high split, which turned this gown from pure and sweet into something entirely edgy and sexy.
The footwear swayed towards equestrian but with beaten and worn looking finishing’s that were more rock and roll rather then squeaky clean, complimented the patchwork details and ripped tights completing the looks. One word it ROCKED!