After years of missing out on Fashion in Motion tickets, I finally managed to get my mitts on some for the Osman show. Pretty handy since I managed to miss Osman's show during London Fashion Week too.
Set in the Raphael gallery of the Victoria & Albert Museum, the guests were treated to a beautiful display of dance and movement to traditional ethnic sounds by a male & female dancer as an introduction.
Dressed in navy with stunning drapery and subtle gold embellishment, it sent the tone for the rest of the collection.
Osman's signature look "juxtaposes tradition with modernity, precision tailoring with sensuous draping, and draws upon ethnicity and costume of ancient and global cultures."
All outfits were in block colours with details such as gold collars, corsets and bright accessories to make the garments come alive.
As I'm absolutely obsessed with jewellery, shoes and accessories in general, my favourite was of course the to die for shoes!
The Fashion in Motion show was a mish-mash of all of Osman's past and present collections. The pictures I took are atrocious so check out his website for better quality photos of all his designs.