Beautiful traditional Asian gardens inspired this unique and magical collection by Jenny Packham. The collection of evening gowns, which are full of sparkly glitter and irresistible colours, will win you over at first glance.
We couldn’t expect anything except perfect workmanship from Jenny Packham. The Ready-to-wear S/S 2018 collection is definite proof that evening gowns can be irresistibly sexy, elegant, luxurious and crafted down to the last detail. Some of them look like a magical garden in bloom, which you would most like to lie down in and enjoy the soft and adorably beautiful blossoms.
When preparing for an important occasion, we want to look our very best. This is certainly guaranteed in a dress by Jenny, because her gowns are simply marvellous. They are dominated by irresistible femininity, luxury and the perfect cut. Every woman is sure to choose from the range of styles. Some are superbly clingy with a V neckline, naked shoulders and medium length, a simple cut and refined skirt. We adored the luxurious bodysuit, which is very popular lately. It is entirely up to you what you prefer.
If you’re looking for a dress that nobody will be able to take their eyes off of when you enter the room, then gowns by this British brand are the perfect choice. Some of them sparkle like a beautiful diamond and are embellished with tiny sequins, while others are entirely covered with small or larger sequins that create a 3D effect of blossoms or stones. The S/S 2018 collection is unique and luxurious, and just what every woman expects from an evening gown. You will be the belle of the ball and show off what type of woman is concealed within.
British fashion designer Jenny Packham was allegedly inspired by the sophisticated beauty of Japanese gardens when creating her new collection. In my opinion, the truth is elsewhere: this lady was clearly inspired by the film “Saturday Night Fever”… nothing more.
Sequins, sequins and a tonne of ruffles, which were heavily criticised even by the best fashion experts during the American Screen Actors Guild awards, where they showed up in droves. I don’t really want to offend anybody, but honestly: you can find vast quantities of similar dresses in the ordinary ready-to-wear evening gown shop, for instance in the largely overlooked Kotva department store. Eugh…
The only gown that is at least slightly different is the silver one with the almost sheer top. The silver cascade that almost reveals one of the greatest female weapons will like attract anybody’s attention. Yes, I would call this art. But to wear it in public? In my view, only if you have a runway instead of a bust.