Nude Femme is an all-new founded-in-Singapore label, and making a debut in Singapore Fashion Week 2016. With nothing too overtly dramatic, the collection nicely encapsulates Nude Femme’s concept of her lady being a modern ethereal Goddess.
The show started off with live performance by handpan drum player Sam Maher. The tune sets the mood of the walk with the sensual beats to create the aura of a tropical holiday by the beach.
The ready-to-wear pieces being showcased exude a feather-light feminine charm with a touch of sexiness, balanced with sheerness and solid colours used. Ranging from low-cut sexy back, lace trims, sequins to flowy silhouettes aplenty, the look placed emphasis on the holiday mood in ensemble.
With soft and nude colour palette and no visually overbearing prints, they are tastefully clean and relaxing. Perhaps, it is also an understanding that even being Goddess can be tough sometimes. And she needs her vacation, with the right wardrobe to bring out her attitude.
One highlight of the show: eye-catching sequin dress in rosé pink glam up the look. Suitable for an evening hangout at a bar, or a soirée night with the girls.
The fit and flow silhouettes are created with the use of fabrics like silk and chiffon. With such, they channel out the vibe of being classy intersected with femininity. These simple and versatile pieces are perfect for any lady who wishes to be effortlessly charming and confident.
The collection is available for purchase on Zalora, as a part of their collaboration with Singapore Fashion Week.
Singapore Fashion Week is giving the platform for more local brands and designers to be known by the public. With that, it is exciting to see more local brands hitting the spotlight in the Singapore fashion scene. What we do not lack in Singapore are talented designers, but they definitely need more opportunities to be recognized.