Futuristic feelings radiated from the runway for Jean Pierre Braganza. The tailoring was sharp, and the pencil skirts lean, leaving a clear clean shape of his woman. If the clothes weren’t enough to project the fierce feeling, perhaps the hair, which was slicked into high ponytails and the makeup, power blush, would. Leather and wool were the main fabrics of choice in a mainly dark and moody palette of blacks, browns and grey, although there was some colour, blood red, in a section of the show which only emphasised the power lady.
The neatly belted jackets, streamline dresses with angular shoulder shapes and cut out details were highlights for the womens wear. For the mens wear, it was all about the tight trousers, chunky knits and cuban heel – all 4 inches of them.