Ong-Oaj Pairam by Robyn Wilson-Owen.
Brighton University graduate Ong-Oaj Pairam built on his first Fashion Scout catwalk collection, with a slick offering designed to appeal to ladies who lunch… and go out to lots of lavish parties. His muse for the season was Ursula from Disney’s Little Mermaid though this wasn’t immediately apparent in this 50s influenced collection, which included pretty cinch waist crop jackets and matching pants, A-line skirts and swing dresses for daytime, following through to dramatic embellished strapless floor sweeping frocks for night, all worn with plump red lips and carefree updos.
Ong-Oaj Pairam A/W 2014 by Angelica Moreno.
Bright primary colours were worn with more subtle monochrome prints that were inspired by the markings of dangerous animals and the work of famous illustrator Charlie Harper. For the man who might care to dabble in high fashion there were some dapper leather jackets and a fabulous high collared pillar box red suit with peacoat styling.
All photography by Amelia Gregory.
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