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Tuesday 13 November, I had a fashion flight to catch courtesy of the Pink Fashion Show, an event under the hat of the Times of Malta. This was the 5th anniversary event and one that took us back to one of the first shows by PINK themed around aviation. The team in charge of the props and set up of the Intercontinental Conference Arena, left nothing out of what you would normally see at an airport, as they managed perfectly to recreate everything including with authentic signage directions, seating, check-in desk, metal detectors and we also had pretty Air Malta hostesses checking us into the venue.
There were a total the collections of 11 brands ready to show us this F/W trends available at their respective shops and a total of 30 models walked down a runway like catwalk.
The brands participating in this show included Charles & Keith, Cortefiel, Gerry Weber, Furla and Oltre, Lilly Mae, Noos, O’hea Opticians, Orsay, Pedro del Hierro, Samsonite and Women’secret.
I was looking forward to witness all the latest trends available at the moment but unfortunately our seating was not of in an advantageous position – in fact I could only see the upper part of the models from afar. However, I let you feast your eyes on the pictures taken by talented Mark Soler.
Show opened with a paper dress made by talented designer James Dimech who created the dress exclusively for PINK and it was made out of the pages of the magazine. Creation took 100 copies of the last two issues of the magazine and 48 triangular folds from the editorials to create the collar, whilst the tail was the most challenging with the folds fixed by hand with hot glue and stitching. The dress was modelled by Instagram influencer Sarah Zerafa, who was also the face of this Pink Fashion Show. Kuddos on your second modelling gig girl.
From the pictures I can tell there are a lot of cool trends to choose from and I especially liked the outwear and the return of the tailored two piece suit is a warm welcome. Big well done to the stylist that came up with the looks presented on the runway by most of the brands.
Hair on the models was beautiful I like the modern take on the classical chignon. Hair was done by Wella Professionals, with the collaboration of Cutting Edge, D Salon, Gloss, Head & Jam and Unistyler hairstylists; while the make-up was by Guerlain led by Chris Attard and his team, who created a stunning but very natural look.
Quite some fancy stuff right worth checking out at all of the retail shops.
Until next time,
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