Malene Oddershede Bach autumn/winter 2019 collection presentation for LFW
It may only be Malene Oddershede Bach’s second showing at London Fashion Week, but she has quickly built a reputation for putting on an extraordinary show.
Last season, the designer transformed Ennison Sessions House into a botanical haven; today, the tiled floor of St George’s Bloomsbury was immersed in a sea of golden leaves as though stepping into mid-October.
While models graced the runway, they were accompanied by a soulful live performance from James Brougton – as well as the welcome sound of crunching foliage underfoot.
This collection well and truly reignited our love of winter florals, which were incorporated into almost every look. A warm colour palette, featuring berry red, ochre and green, was accentuated by meticulous embroidery and metallic accents across mid-length dresses, skirts and elegant outerwear.
Glamour was at the forefront of this beautiful collection, yet each piece completely wearable. With the average dress costing £1000, we expect next season to be a pricey one!
Photos: Susana Rico