Hope you are all doing fine! It is Malta Fashion Week here in Malta and this year I am attending the fashion shows and bringing you all the scoop on what is being presented!!
Today’s shows were – (Including my thoughts)
Presenting The Gods
The Gods show included so many pieces in Golden Yellow. The models’ hair and makeup reminded me of Greek Goddesses. All of them had a crown or a band on their heads. The show was truly mystical with every piece better than the other.
The dresses each had a different take. With some being all black and lace-y whilst others being golden and shiny.
The final dress though was the centre of attention. A long tail behind, I laid my eyes on the most exquisite and unique ‘wedding dress’ ever. With the front and back both with a Low V cut and the striped like pattern, the dress screamed perfection.
Presenting Vanity Rebels
Marco, did an amazing job in putting together all these pieces for the Vanity Rebels Show. I guess being a rebel means you stand out of the crowd. And my having one of these pieces, you surely well!
I loved how the men had these styled jeans made up of different materials. I think they matched nicely together and really have a wow factor!
The hair was put together all so well with lots of buns paired with plaits. And the models all had that dark lip on to get their rebel inside them going!
From this show, I got reminded on how much I want a denim badged jacket. There was one that literally kept me looking at the model until she left the catwalk! I honestly never saw a ripped denim jacket … until now! I love it! It was my favourite piece out of the show. I want it!
Presenting Boho Goddess
I was looking forward to this show. There were lots of different types of outfits in this show, mostly paired with a pink pair of shoes. There was lots of orange, pink and greys going on.
There was also some knitwear involved paired with baggy loose trousers or dresses. I also loved the models’ makeup and hair. Their lips were covered with a chalky blue and it went with the outfits.
My most favourite outfit of all was a dark red crop top and matching skirt. I can see myself wearing it with the cute matching bag too. It also reminded me of The Carrie Diaries – Remember that spin off from Sex and the City, when Carrie was younger?
The last set of outfits were revolved around the colour pink. I loved how Maria paired a different shade of pink with another and used different materials. Even though the outfits were plain, having those different shades of pink made them stand out even more! And some of the models also had some sort of hair crown on them which I guess screams Boho-ness!
The last outfit was so unique. It was a strapless embroidered dress with a beautiful pattern. I think that it ended the show perfectly!
A big thanks to the following 3 photos by Neil Psaila!
My outfit –
Top – H&M
Skirt – Primark
Jacket – Bershka
Bag – My grandma‘s closet
Shoes – Primark
Overall, I really enjoyed my first time at the Malta Fashion Week. I hope you will enjoy my blog posts sharing with you the shows from Malta Fashion week which I attend.
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