Thomas Tait must have had dreams of triangles and geometric shapes running through his mind during the crafting of his Spring 2015 collection. Why? Almost every dress and/or top consisted of an asymmetric cut. It was futuristic in nature, it had multiple colors all blending for an attack on the eyes. The one resonating chord though was that the fit on these uneven cuts was done extremely well. See with asymmetric dresses its evident even in movement that its cut for a certain body type. Either Tait picked models that would highlight the exceptional fit to a tee or it was cut in a way that the shape didn’t effect the movement. I’m inclined to believe that it was the latter and not the former. Tait displayed plenty of sheer fabric in nude and blacks, while also having a highlight box fit dress. Here again, the fit of the dress was remarkable especially when looking at the movement.