It’s one thing to make statement pieces and another to make an Artistic Statement with your pieces and Da Silva seems to be a connoisseur of the latter as she steadfastly offers the typical haute couture experience. Hers was a show with a guest list heavy on both local and international clients (as per usual), dressed to the nines, expressly intent to see what the designer has to offer to further gild their lives. Da Silva delivered a myriad of silhouettes still maintaining the femininity of the brand, with improved creations that one could dub wearable art.
Pieces came in signature fabrics such as silk with new additions like the embellished tutu and spangle dress nets. Da Silva’s collection featured ruffles, monochromes, dramatic ruched sleeves, glitzy stones, uneven helm and a slew of colors but the multi-tiered floor length gowns that came in candy red, beige and electric blue were instant winners.
And let’s all take the statement head-bows as a cue from Da Silva that if you’re looking for the perfect accessory for your get-up this season, Da Silva’s head bows are the solution, fascinators be gone.