Pam Hogg autumn/winter 2019 collection catwalk show for LFW
A crowded Freemasons’ Hall gave the must outstanding welcome this Sunday evening to the remarkable Pam Hogg and her collection Venus in Phurr.
The Scottish designer has brought erotica back to life with her latest proposal, fulfilling the already high expectations of those in attendance. Leather and sensuality were the hostesses of this extravaganza that captivated the senses of the audience and impressed them with transparent derrières, tight corsets and dramatic fur. These were pieces that left a lasting impression whilst denoting a sense of freedom.
The collection made a commentary on the distinction between reciprocity versus domination through the union of red and gold, while the purest of whites stamped an angelic tyranny on the catwalk, all of these looks displaying severity and sexiness at maximum splendour.
Models teased the viewers using their whips, surprising and enchanting everyone. Beneath the clear creativity involved in every design, it’s even more interesting to appreciate the excellent construction of the garments and high attention to detail which, when examined together, make us all value these dynamic pieces even more.
Suggesting a voyage to Marie Antoinette’s era and playing with the inner vogue of unrestricted sensuality, the satiric collection is intended to become both recognisable and timeless in its own unique way.
Photos: Huw Jenkins