Her Spring/Summer 2014 collection was centered on the many roles a woman plays through out her life and adds an artistic edge to each piece to give a voice to each role. From the athlete to the cook, we see the models portray different roles as they pose in the couture.
The pieces range from apron inspired dresses, jersey shirts and dresses, sheer tops with puffed sleeves and little square hats (a personal favourite).
Maki Oh has never been known to showcase the ‘expected’ and I am glad I can see that here. I like her use of soft fabrics and the slightly ethereal look of the pieces that prompts a subtle impact of each piece. In totality I think she pulled together a great collection. What do you think?
View the collection.
Photo Credit: Vogue.uk.com