Here's the collection from La Chantal by Saba as shown at the 2010 Rhythm of Asia fashion show in London.
Their dresses took the long flowing draped concept to a whole new level, but first they had some "safe" pretty outfits:
These next two outfits are really out of this world, maybe they look better in motion but I'm struggling to see the shapes they're trying to create and I'm not such a fan of that grey/brown colour which features in both of these:
This outfit was probably the showstopper, a bold tiger-print amongst all the other block coloured outfits really stands out. I'm not sure I'd ever wear this myself, but it's one of those dresses I *wish* I could pull off!
As pretty as this final outfit is, it almost doesn't quite fit in with the rest of the collection with its embroidered halterneck top and ruffle detail at the bottom of the skirt. What do you think?
A big thanks to Shahid Malik Studio for the photos
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