Masha Ma showed at 10.30am on the Saturday and judging by the half empty venue it was just too early for some but it did mean that I got to sit nearer the front so I managed to get a lot of good photos - yay!
Masha Ma loves to explore the feminine form and it is evident in the designs. This particular collection was inspired by the Chateau of Versailles. Masha Ma loves to combine architecture and fashion to create a unique and artistic looking collection. She fuses London fashion with French elegance in a way that I've never seen before. The designs were edgy but feminine, hard but soft. This designer relishes the contrasts in life and her designs are built around this.
The colour palette included white, black, navy blue and softer pastel colours as evidenced in a lot of the other LFW shows. It seems pastels are the colours to be wearing next season.
Masha Ma designs utilise the finest materials that are often delicate in nature. Handwoven lace, thin wool, stain, twill, tulle and Georgette are used to create a stunning collection. Masha Ma is the perfect collection for the self assured, ballsy, strong modern woman who craves femininity but on her own terms.