Separates, with sheer and silk satin shirts and blouses tucked into slender knee-length skirts often slit to the thigh.
The look Jonathan Saunders’ collection was constructed in an elegant way and the designer placed emphasis on separates, with sheer and silk satin shirts and blouses tucked into slender knee-length skirts often slit to the thigh. Azure blue, jade green and shades of red made for a bold collection with abstract flora and fauna prints.
Key pieces A green printed sheer blouse teamed with a red printed pencil skirt was a perfect example of the subtle sexiness of this collection. A blue sheer shirt dress cut to the knee with bird-print detail was also a standout piece.
Commercial appeal Similar to spring 11, Saunders’ palette fused beautifully and had a unique handwriting that will prompt many high street similarities come autumn 11. Most commercial were the flora and fauna-printed shirts and blouses.