LFW – Conchita Perez S/S 2014 collection
Showing her usual artistic flair, Conchita Perez’s springsummer 2014 collection used risqué designs and a plethora of different fabrics to create a line that celebrated the power of the female body.
Staged in a converted railway archway with industrial style lighting and set design, models strode out onto the catwalk in exaggeratedly pointed stilettos and strong futuristic hair and make-up that complemented the bold clothing designs perfectly.
Featuring dresses slashed to the hip down the sides, ripped fishnet tights and bold completely sheer tops, Conchita Perez’s designs are not for the faint-hearted or demure.
Keeping the atmosphere fun yet darkly edgy, models walked down the dimly lit runway in an effectively dramatic colour palate of red, blue, black and white whilst club music boomed.
Showing an impressive range within the collection, the Conchita Perez line included sharp shouldered tailored jackets, low slung sheer skirts, dresses and pointed balconette tops all expressly designed and styled to highlight the sexiness of the female body.
The collection’s designs were futuristic in their shape yet raw and industrial in their colour palette. With splashes of vibrant red and dark blue mixed in amongst dresses emblazoned with slogans such as “Because you’re mine”, the overall message was one of female empowerment and other worldliness. Overall a very exciting show with fun and creative designs.
Photos: Mark Grey
Watch the fashion film for Conchita Perez’s S/S 2014 show here: