Zig zags and stripes ruled the show at Milk Studios where leather jackets and crocodile belts added variety to textures
Focused on a blushing red and an electric blue, design duo Flora Gill and Alexa Adams showed a collection full of zig zags and stripes at Milk Studios in Chelsea. The streak of dresses and tops with elaborate patterns were broken up by cropped white leather jackets, crocodile belts, feather details and an array of garments with bits of flowing fabric on the backs, looking a bit like capes. Towards the end a floor long red dress impressed and everyone left fulfilled with Ohne Titel's Spring Summer offering, which built on the brand's love of architectural forms but added a playful sense and a colour injection.
Dazed Digital: What was the general idea behind the collection and the silhouette?
Ohne Titel: We wanted a play on feminine silhouettes but with really bright colour blocking and pastel colours... but for it still to be light hearted...
DD: Is there a piece that stands out to you from the show?
Ohne Titel: The final piece. Evening wear is new to us this season. We wanted to make our take on it, make it bit more athetlic. And have the colour blocking help create the shape.
DD: Tell me abut the accessories, there were a few great belts...
Ohne Titel: They're crocodile belts, and we also used the croc leather for the necklaces where we attached the feathers.