As a sequel to the media preview earlier, homegrown label, ALLDRESSEDUP showed their full Fall/Winter 2012 collection to a crowd of fashion-goers at the Audi Fashion Festival 2012 last Friday, under the break-through fashion portal, Future Fashion Now (FFN).
Parading to up-tempo beats, the FFN Alldressedup show featured a luxe & eco-friendly palette of fabrics from cashmere wool to cotton to linen and a large range of looks and silhouettes (think structured outers and batwinged, loose dresses) which would fit just right into the wardrobe of the discerning jet-setters; those who often travel around the world.
From sophomore splashes of monochromatic prints to stark, white basic linen shirts to lovely loose dresses in mustard colour and deep navy blue, and even wool and leather overalls. What we really love is the fact that these pieces are in fact, multi-wearing and highly innovative, I must say.
So be it hot or cold, day or night, there’s all for everyone! Isn’t that just awesome?
Plus, don’t get me started on the accessories line, because even the idea of using recycled snap buttons and metal hardwares as bangles and necklaces is simply so sexy, in an eco way of course!
It’s no wonder many fashionistas in the crowd were in fact spotted shopping in the Future Fashion Now portal on their iPads and iPhone, during the fashion show itself!
With Future Fashion Now, we’ve indeed bid our official goodbyes to long waiting time for our favorite runway looks to actually appear on the store racks, and said our hellos to this new shopping experience!
Of course, don’t take our words for it (or even our photos), visit www.futurefashionwnow.com and start shopping now!P.S. It would have been even more exciting if the models have demonstrated the multi-functional ways of wearing the clothes, right on the runway itself! For example, demonstrate the many ways on how we could wear the structured wool jackets or how to flip that collar of the dress for a different look. That would make the show even more spectacular than it already is! Photography by Zureena W.