Undulating frills and Victorian scalloping informed most of the collection for Whole9Yards’s Spring/Summer 2018 show – as a largely monochromatic palette of precious lace, chiffon and patent leather came alive on the runway. More than just fried carbs, ruffles, were also a mainstay in last night’s showing – decorating the ends of skirts, the seams of dresses. This clever tailoring technique even punctuated a cropped, deconstructed pea coat and boasted a full sleeve of what seemed to be broderie anglaise. Styled perfectly with reflective footwear in the same stitching that dainty little chiffon socks were peeking out from. A collection perfect for Sunday roast, or an afternoon delight.

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