Designer Amy Molyneaux was the mastermind behind this beautiful range. Vivid reds and purples seen on ruffle-trailing cocktail frocks and tight off the shoulder silhouettes gave the pieces that extra fashionable impact. These dresses were born to make an entrance! Dropped waists were combined with sheer fabric to create beautiful contrasts whilst certain skirts and dresses were kept short in the front then cascaded down to the floor at the back hinting at romanticism.
Cropped tops and mini dresses provided a seductive sexiness whilst bow or spot decorations made for understated feminine twists. Colour blocking was evident which only added to the statement of the pieces plus bold, vibrant floral prints were anything but demure. Gothic nineties notes combined floral and fauna to overwhelm bags and shoes evoked bondage style dressing, buckled up for anything but subtlety.
Dramatic and powerful, this is definitely an edgier approach to a Spring/Summer collection and you can see the references to the Deadly Nightshade plant not only in the colours used but the shapes and designs too. When you step into one of PPQ`s Spring/Summer 2014 creations you won`t want to be messed with!