The Cassey Gan AW19 show took place in the Freemason Hall and was capturing from the get go. Surrounding the collection was upbeat music, bright colours and of course, bowls of fruits & vegetables — what else?

Named Pixelated, Gan drew inspiration from Tim Braden - dissolving and reassembling her world for this AW19 show.

 

Known for her loose fitting clothing silhouettes, original prints and lightweight texture, this season for the first time she has experiments with thicker fabrics. Using innovative shapes and heavy layering, this collection combines comfort and style, making it as modern as it is elegant.

A colour palette of blues, olives, maroons and mustard, the clashing of the prints really do mix the timeless with the trendy effortlessly throughout this range.

Influenced also by the impossible pace of the fashion industry and the inevitable changes rooted in the digital age, Gan harnesses her frustrations at the speed which designers now work — this collection, Pixelated, comments on the love-hate paradox Gan sees in contemporary fashion.

Words: Andrea McCaul| Fashion Week Press | @andreaelizam
Images: Fashion Scout