The Tata Naka SS19 presentation at London Fashion week embodied the most literal sense of fashion as wearable art. Whimsical illustrations and prints were scattered across feminine pleats and tailoring. The motifs and iconography nodded to the designers Tamara and Natasha Surgulaze's Greek and Roman influences. Other classical elements included the statue-like placement of the models on marble columns, toga-esque sillhouettes and woven sandals.

The sweet and colourful take on Greek and Roman emperors felt at home in the setting of the grand room in Dartmouth House, Mayfair. The setting felt warmer with the addition of live music - a classical guitar player - aiding to shape the Spring/Summer atmosphere. 

It was a collection with a wearable daytime elegance. Shop Tata Naka HERE.


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