There was a special chill in the air last week as Greta Constantine was set to show their highly-anticipated Spring/Summer 2013 Collection. Fashion elite gathered in The Distillery’s Fermenting Cellar to see what the designers behind the brand, Kirk Pickersgill and Stephen Wong envisioned for the warmer months ahead. We were pleasantly surprised at what we saw down the runway. Models with hair up and clean make-up made their way through the long aisles in mute shades of Navy, Black, and White, a far cry from the bright colors we’ve seen for so many seasons. The only embellishments in the designs were made with draping and manipulation of fabrics. The variety of shapes and silhouettes was lovely to watch. Some dresses had a drop waist, box-feel. Some dresses had a tutu shape to them, and some dresses were tailored for the curvy girl who want to work their hips. For the most part, the collection was wearable and it can easily cross age barriers, which makes for a profitable collection. Real life fashion can be fun too, right? Here are our favorite pieces from the collection below.
Pulled back, simple hair.
Heavy Eye-liner with drastic cat eye action, heavy lashes
Claw-like nails in dark to silver colors.