The bigger the better? That wasn’t the case at Roksanda Ilincic. The designer, like so many this season in London, played a game with form and volume — and it was the leaner silhouettes that won every time.
Hits in this collection, which came in a rainbow of neon shades punctuated with black, included skinny, color-blocked dresses with hemlines fluttering like little banners; off-the-shoulder numbers with folds at the back, and a structured orange minidress with a black scribble design around the bottom.
Ilincic also packed her collection with a garden full of glittering rosettes, which spilled down the front of sheer tops or were lined up in neat rows on a dress. These flattering silhouettes were in marked contrast to the boxy designs that opened the show, including yellow neon jackets fit more for the Michelin Man, and voluminous circle skirts that looked almost cartoonish.