Tony Ward’s Spring-Summer 2014 Couture collection is inspired by Architecture and origami flowers which he imagines in full bloom, reinterpreting them through cuts, shapes and volumes.
In this collection he combines a romantic vision with modern structures, translating them through a playful approach to colour, fabric and lines.
The softness of lilac, yellow, silver, and blush are strengthened and balanced by graphic uses of black and white.
The fabrics of the collection are a mixture between duchess satin, hand-painted silks, silk chiffon, gazar, embroidered tulle and macramé lace.
The striking silhouettes are created with faultless precision and workmanship, prominently shown in hundreds of visible cuts. Floral and geometrical shapes, both irregular and fragmented, hold a dominant place in this collection defined by countless three-dimensional elements.