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MFW – Day 2

May 24, 2017
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Second day of Malta Fashion Week! I attended all of the 3 fashion shows last night and decided to share some photos and my opinion on each collection. I put together a pretty simple outfit for this – Casual black tee, a sparkly skirt, sparkly bag, sparkly choker and pointed-toe heels. Perhaps it is time I made my inner Saint Laurent-y taste, love for neutral shades and red lipstick, more visible – So here are some quick shots of my outfit 🙂
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HERMINAS REEA presenting THE GODS
Herminas Reea’s collection had me smiling all throughout – It was feminine and alluring, and I would certainly purchase the majority of these pieces. Her clothing could make its wearer the centre of attention as it stood out in tones of gold and fuchsia, with intricate detailing which could make any woman feel graceful – yet fun to be around.
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PARASCANDALO presenting VANITY REBELS
The Parascandalo show was probably the one I was most eager to see this week – Partially because it was my first time attending his show, but also because it is blatantly impossible to live in Malta and not have walked into people wearing his intriguing black attire or infamous slogan tees. Many know this, hence the great audience which showed up. The show opened on a couple of pieces which were not my all time favourite, but that soon took a turning and I fell in love with the little grunge-y details which make Parascandalo’s creations stand out so much. His clothing has this edgy vibe to it, as, you know, wearing it would automatically make you the coolest person in the room. There were various bits of leather incorporated throughout and my favourite of all fabrics he combined – DENIM. I found myself wanting each denim piece he incorporated into the collection.
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MARIA CUTAJAR presenting BOHO GODDESS
The final show I attended last night was that of Maria Cutajar. She presented a collection in rusty pink tones and feminine shades, with floral additions to the pieces. What drew me in, however, was the abundance of knitwear and the unique use Maria Cutajar made of it. The other fabrics used would probably not be ones I’d wear, but I’d absolutely love to get cosy in that intriguing grey knit sweater!
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Natalya Vukovic