Eloshi | FW18-19

For their FW18-19, Eloshi stuck to their mission of continuing to offer “stylish, eye-catching clothes to the consumers who demand high quality clothing.”  In this colletion, expect to see spaguetti straps, low v necks, turtle necks and an abundance of colours from aegean blue, slate blue lilac hues, periwinkle pinks, silver, greys, nudes, golds and…

Liya | FW18-19

Co-ordination craze is a normal thing for some people especially if they have a French cultural background (like, I get it). While every now and then we see trends that challenge this notion, Liya’s FW18-19 collection embraces the art of taking time to pay attention to details and colour schemes, time to create a flow…

Anouki | FW18-19

Wanna go all out all day, everyday? Really? Well, look no further, Anouki got you covered. In what seems to be my most favourtie collection so far from the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Tbilisi, there is everything (material wise) from sequins, silks, wools, cottons, velvets and a choice between a waterproof transparent rain coats or jackets….

Ani Datukishvili | FW18-19

Ani Datukishvili FW18-19 is all about monochromatic looks as well as total black pieces that are playfully put together without use of many colours but various material to add levels of playfulness whilst remaining precise. Here’s our notes on 3s Look 1 reminds me of Pollock’s Autumn number and automatically I am here for it. The…

Aleksandre Akhalkatsishvili | FW18-19

The presence of total looks is what stood out the most to me in Aleksandre Akhalkatsishvili FW18-19 colletion. Having said it delivered options upon options when it came to colours, fabrics and -my most favourite- what most tailors would classify as “sleeves that could use a little bit more pinning.” For the record, Aleksandre Akhalkatsishvili makes it work…

Elenny | FW18-19

Sometimes, more is more- more life, mo’ money (…and somewhere down the list) more fabric. As shown at the 2018 Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Tbilisi, Elenny put together a collection full of a simple colour pallete yet memorable thanks to their adventurous choice of prints & textures of the materials used and of course a whole lot of…

David Koma | Spring Summer 18 | LFW

Something for the chic minimalist with an obsession for geometry. Less is more. But play your cards wrong and “less” denotates: zero efforts. Nada. Pure Negligence.  Unless… you consider playing with shapes, curves and cuts. The idea of embracing one’s body shape, revealing certain body parts in a manner that is playfull whilst still exuding…