Angela Huff reports Linda Loudermilk showed some crowd pleasers. Notably: a brown spaghetti strap dress that had a very full, tulle skirt, and a sea green sleeveless top that was open to the hips and caught by a multi color snakeskin belt, worn over wide legged silk pants painted with ocean waves at the bottom.
Hiromishi Nakano featured a progression of colors and textures, and superb geometric, Japanese and flower print dresses in fine cotton.
Soud, a Belgian designer specialized in well- tailored skirts, trousers and blouses, a feminine take on menswear.
Katherine Prudeau showed beautiful trench coats in white and florals, and light dresses over trousers. A young look incorporating the classics, “and not an unfinished hem in sight!” says Angela.
Giovanni Bedin’s standouts were feminine dresses edged in lace. A cornflower blue jacket and shiny tight striped pants were exceptional.
Jean-Luc Amsler showed clothes for the young set, shorts, minis, black boots briefs and a ten-foot python! The parachute skirt in white, crossing in the front at mid thigh, then dropping to floor length at the back was a bit more sophisticated.