Yesterday I attended the last set of shows at Malta Fashion Week. I really enjoyed going to these shows, getting dressed everyday, being in heels and basically all dolled up for an unforgettable evening!
Yesterday, I also collaborated with TRESemme Malta! I really would love to thank them for such an opportunity and for sharing with me some lovely products! Yesterday, I actually did my hair wavy for the evening.
TRESemme was actually one of the main sponsors of Malta Fashion Week and with the help of all the hair stylists, the models’ hair always looked on fleek! As was the makeup by all the makeup artists who took part!
The final fashion shows were –
Suzana Peric from Serbia presented Dancing in the Clouds.
There were lots of dresses in black and white. Some were in red too. Basically a lot of colour was going on during the show. However, each dress mostly had just the one chosen colour.
I loved the dresses, all were so flow-y and girly. Most of the dresses had floral patterns. All the models’ hair were put in a pony tail and the makeup was kept natural.
My favourite outfit of the show –
Nathan Micallef who is studying in London, presented us with a presentation entitled Really Not Real. All the pieces were so unique and the models came so close to the audience.
The colours were mostly grey and white and most of the pieces had the emblem of Nathan’s brand. Well done to Nathan for this unique presentation.
The final show was by Ritienne Żammit. She gave us a hint of Maltese in her outfits. She presented with I Love Valletta. I like how she interpreted her home country into her fashion style. Her designs and patterns on the dresses were so unique!
I would love to get my hands on this outfit – I think that even though it is sportive it just is so fashionable! I love it!
The hair of the models were either in a short black bob or else some models were rocking space buns, such a trend right now! I loved their makeup too, so earthy.
My Outfit for the night (Photos thanks to Neil Psaila) –
What I am Wearing –
Top – Pimkie
Skirt – Vintage – back when Marks & Spencers was called St.Michaels
Shoes – Clubsin
Bag – River Island
Jacket – Primark
Which was your favourite outfit? Comment down below!
I truly enjoyed this lovely experience and am so sad that it’s coming to an end! I hope you enjoyed my blog posts all about Malta Fashion Week!
Thank you for reading.