Channeling Saturday Night Fever and disco-mania traditionalism was Malan Breton's label when closing day one at Fashion Scout. The brand dramatized the catwalk with signature sinched tailoring, glamour beyond belief and a risqué fun feminized stance.
Taking a trip back to the 70s the SS20 collection displays dynamic silhouetted pantsuits and bold striking colour schemes. Supported by electric performances from vocalist Mari Burelle and Emergency Tiara the SS20 collectioalan Breton since founded 15 years ago and encouraged by the ghosts of Studio 54 the latest collection truly celebrated their 15th anniversary with high-quality garments layered in rich leathers, satins and crocodile printed textiles.
Tropical sunset orange, red and yellows fluttered along the runway exaggerating the jungle natured colour pallet Breton decided to work with, jumping from rich exotic colour to the next the collection embodied the jungle-like nature and wildlife.
Embellished beaded fringe and stylish tailored flares giving a vintage styled aroma around the collection, along with flowered prints and tribal-like patterns the designs exceeded the eveningwear perception.
Manipulating on his heritage Malan incorperated traditional Chineese drangon print onto a few of the desgins, radiating his personal vinatge touches, connecting himself with the Malan Breton brand itself.
Photography & gallery by Henry Nash