Math Collective’s second show at Vauxhall Fashion Scout had a similar ethos to past creations but mixed things up a bit with pieces of the sport luxe persuasion. I was intrigued to see the show, as designer Shahzad Mohayudin creates with a different sort girl in mind; one that wants luxury pieces that are wearable and easy to piece together for a ‘street’ style.
Featuring colours such as bright coral, navy and grey, Mohayudin manipulated the textures of silk and soft leather into shift dresses, and contemporary pieces. I can expect to see East London’s hip cool kids strutting down Shoreditch in these pieces, just as much as the style-loving missys from W1. How they accessorize them might be the tipping point.
Matt Collective was the last show that I attended this London Fashion Week, and I have to say although I am left feeling exhausted, ill and a bit delusional it was a fantastic experience. Watching the shows, just as much as the spectators, was just so much fun.
This is my favourite piece from the show!
Although Math Collective was my last show, we still have more reviews in the making, so stay tuned.