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Town Hall Runway 4 taught us that we will again be wearing florals for spring

Words by Sophie Hodges

If it ain’t broke.

Basically, I want to picnic every weekend and only wear Torrance. The label’s collection gave us feminine silhouettes and delicate detailing, paired with pastel hues. This collection lies somewhere between Picnic at Hanging Rock and Little Women, with some power suiting thrown in for their 2019 feminist reboots

I bow down to C/MEO Collective and its commitment to body diversity. Honestly, there is nothing better than seeing multiple shapes and sizes on the runway, and it warmed my heart. Big ticks. Putting that to one side, the collection itself was also dreamy. With soft fabrics and prints that reminded me of the ’60s, each piece was highly wearable.

My biggest love from the Atoir showing was the insanely beautiful, detailed fabrics. Heavy textures helped give the feminine silhouettes incredible depth while We Are Kindred focused heavily on the details, with a collection bursting with Spring floral vibes.

Hell yes – more body diversity. Thank you, Keepsake the Label. With some more suiting options, Keepsake added its own touch via some serious shoulder pads. 

If you’re looking for yet another a twist on the suit, Elliatt’s got it covered with a dress suit (is that the official term?). Bright pops of colour and so much layering are the indications we needed that Spring is here.   

And finally, closing with Misha is a safe bet for a great time. More suits (I’m not complaining), some Gatsby style gowns and a whole lotta draping. My key callout: the model serving me Matrix vibes in her Poppy Lissiman frames. 

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