Photos and post-edit by me.
So I'm back to my MBFWA posts and to hit things off, may I introduce to you the ever-elegant and feminine designs by Jayson Brunsdon. I was lucky to catch Brunsdon's Spring/Summer 2013 collection 'Obsession' which also marked his 10th anniversary showcasing at MBFWA. To set the tone, Brunsdon's models slow-walked down the runway to dramatic, orchestral music. His modern twist to classic elegance showed through his bold fabric combinations of latex, shiny metallics, silks, sequins as well as a beautiful brocade lace that trimmed bell sleeves and suit pants. Wet gel, sleek back hair and a mix of both classic stiletto heels and metallic sling-back flats completed each look. Whilst his designs maintained his signature of old Hollywood glamour, this collection also had some Oriental and mid-century couture influences. My favourite looks from the show include the stunning red v-neck, retro-style dress and the white silk pants and matching bat-wing lace trimmed top - both strong and timeless silhouettes iconic Hollywood sirens would have worn.