The Bryce show was absolutely packed with people even standing on the ledges to get a better view. I loved the kind of hush-hush, secret society vibe of the Freemasons Hall – such an interesting venue!
Bryce’s Spring/Summer 10 collection combined chic, 50s Parisian style with a contemporary ‘London body-con’ look and futuristic detailing. This season’s woman has grown up and is a sophisticated bombshell with a whole lot of attitude.
The collection was divided into 3 different styles – he kicked off with sheer structured dresses, a panelled bodysuit adorned with some fierce Lady Gaga-esque fabric spikes, all in a palette of black and gold-spun beige. The next look was a lot softer and more playful with two-tone dresses featuring a gorgeous bold circle print. They still had the obligatory statement shoulders and the spikes ran through the collection. The last instalment focused on the black body-con dressand skirt suit in stretch satin with beautifully draped red chiffon. There were also flashes of glittering pillarbox red on the skirts and leggings.
Thanks to Fashion Mongers for use of Bryce d’Anice Aime catwalk images.