Last Updated on 19th October 2013


Military Britannia meets the Orient. Neat tailoring, slinky shirts and khaki colouring dominated the catwalk at Qasimi’s Spring Summer collection. Luxury silks, delicate colouring and waist high, form-fitting skirts had diminished the austere cut of trouser suits; replacing it with a far more enticing outlook on conservative dressing. Interspersed with the military parade came billowing ball gowns straight from an 1850’s Columbian tea party: just enough silks and flower motifs to ward off the cholera. Heavenly.



***UPDATE***: Thansk to Blow PR we received some amazing pics from the show which we’ve added to this post.

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