The lowdown: Showcasing his second collection for the label, Jamie O’Hare took a departure from his Issa debut – plunging necklines, handkerchief hems and a daring red and black palette – and, instead, sent a mostly-monochrome palette of black and white, with slices of electric blue and lime green down the runway. While the white looks were eye-catching - lacy dresses, clever tailoring and summer-perfect separates – it was the digitally-mastered, tie-dye pieces that really stood out, along with unique embellishments and fabric origami that took the ensembles into a realm of assuredness, proving that the Issa girl is definitely growing up.
Who we saw: Miroslava Duma
What they wore: An oversized, tartan top and khaki jeans with adidas Stan Smiths
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