Dewar FAT

Dewar does scandalous at FAT (with nip slips!)

The wardrobe malfunctions continued apace at FAT last week with Dewar's show, which featured a few different ta-tas spilling out of the scandalous pieces Cherry Dewar paraded down the catwalk.

Dewar

Dewar FAT


Dewar FAT

I didn't plan on covering

Dewar FAT

Dewar

Dewar FAT

's show originally, due to the utter atrocity of her online lookbook, but I ended up digging the collection's brash sexuality and bold design choices in person.Some favourites included the sleeveless leather trench, the aviator-inspired mustard-yellow jacket, the asymmetrical swimsuits, and the trousers with the strappy baskets on the side.

The construction and fit, however, was pretty bad: a lot of the garments gaped or puckered in the wrong places.

But I was still a fan, and am interested to see next year if her tailoring skills can catch up to her vision .

Jessica Mary Clayton

Jessica Mary Clayton FAT


Jessica Mary Clayton FAT

Over at the other end of the class spectrum was

Jessica Mary Clayton FAT

Jessica Mary Clayton

Jessica Mary Clayton FAT

, who showed a somber little collection of evening looks that contrasted sexiness and elegance.She paired, for instance, a floor-length tiered silk skirt with a see-through lace shirt, and made a skimpy bustier dress from a thick sensible wool.

It felt like eighties-era Madonna goes to a funeral, but in a good way.

Definitely a more mature design talent to watch.

Magpie

Magpie FAT


Magpie FAT

Magpie

Magpie FAT

rounded out the night. I really disliked the clothes (much too hippie-ish for my taste), but the performance aspect of the presentation -- which included "movement" and masks and all the models gathering on-stage by the end, en masse -- was certainly something out of the sartorial ordinary.

Magpie FAT

Photos by Jonathan Loek.


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