An abstract parade of polkadots dominated at Sportmax. A vast array of oversized, sheer and dilated dots had the crowd practically dancing the central European bohemian jig in their seats.
Transparent silk dots were superimposed on dresses and pants with sheer inserts, while maxi vinyl bubbles were sewn into or printed on sweaters, pullovers and leather garments. Goddess like pantsuits and dresses were paired with slippers that bore polka dot inspired pompoms. Bags were also discreetly covered in dots: A portfolio bag with double sided zips and a suede polka dot bag with a chain shoulder strap also made an appearance. While the orbital motif seemed to be a big crowd pleaser, it was hard to tell the polka dots apart in the end.
The color palette was comprised of mostly natural and pastel tones like rose, vanilla, lemon and nude with black and white highlights. Attention to drapery that facilitated graceful female movement also featured prominently. Unfinished laser cut dresses and blouses were long and forgiving on the female form, while long suede two tone trench coats and fitted heart shaped bodiced evening wear infused a more tailored look in an all around relaxed, wearable collection for next spring.