Walking on water, an amazing venue with great views, and top-notch catering translated into a fabulous summer 2016 edition of the Pink Fashion Show, by now a regular appointment not to miss in the fashion calendar. The mastermind behind it all, Pink editor Fiona Galea Debono, aided by prime stylist Marisa Grima, pulled off yet another successful event to welcome a throng of fashion enthusiasts, shoppers, sponsors, and media to be part of the entire package. This time’s venue was Villa Rosa in the hub of Paceville but secluded from the downtown clubbing scene. I must say, the venues are a huge part of the fun behind the Pink shows: from the Aviation Museum to a printing press, from a sports track to a sumptuous palace in the former capital city (Mdina), we are kept on tenterhooks to see what the team behind Pink come up with every time. Now onto the show and participating brands…
As has become common for the summer edition, swimwear (and beach attire) has become one of the styles donned by models. Brands such as Oysho and Ipanema were in the limelight for this. On a more upmarket scale, M&Co, Rebelli, and Harmont & Blaine showed a few key pieces for this summer but that are marked by classic and timeless elegance beyond trendsetting. Oasis did not disappoint once again with its recognisable touches, while Trussardi Jeans (Woman’s collection) offered a predominantly clean white selection with splashes of blue. Boux Avenue known for lingerie exhibited interesting enticing pieces.
Here a few of my favourites for this year’s summer edition:
It is important in conclusion to mention the sponsors for another Times of Malta event: Campari, Carolina Herrera, Delicia Catering, Diet Kinnie, Magnum, O’Hea Opticians, Renault, Romano Cassar Florists, Scholl Foothealth, and Vichy; special thank you to Head & Shoulders, and Henry London reaching to us bloggers!
Thank you also to Mark Soler Photography for the photos.