A master of new, and an underlaying talent, Thomas Tait brought fresh and light tailoring to his Spring/Summer 2012 collection.
and minimalistic with a sporty, oversized edge saw a touch of prep
brought to the collection. Large collars and iridescent materials
speeded the collection to life while biker jackets and racer back
dresses added a sexy vibe. Barely there hues of pink and blue dresses
brought some femininity to the sporty trainers and doe eyed sunglasses
that accessorised the Thomas Tait look. A mint jacket with short
sleeves and a double collar paired separately to matching trousers,
offered a soothe away from the other jarring black and white ensembles
of the collection.
While the collection was relatively small at only nineteen looks, Tait
managed to capture his signature style with a far more stand out
collection in muted tones which shone against the loud and often
overbearing looks presented at the rest of London Fashion Week. Not
going completely against the grain with use of airy shapes and
metallic materials, Thomas Tait’s collection stood it’s own ground.
Words by Robyn Lynch. What?! Fashion Week Contributor
Images by Style.com