Words Savannah Christina
Is there even such a thing as ‘too much tulle’ when it comes to Molly Goddard? Goddard never ceases to amaze me, and this collection certainly did that, and more. It was not the extraordinary amount of tulle or bold and bright colours that shook me, it was the twist on what were once just classic pieces that have been transformed into eye-catching, flamboyant silhouettes. Goddard’s use of details made this collection all the more personal using tartan to reflect her British heritage and her statement platform shoes we saw back in her Spring/Summer 2021 collection.
Now for the unmissable, standout piece; the Lina dress — thirteen meters of tulle, and we would not have expected anything less! The contrasting colour palette stood out for me the most; it is almost as if the bright blue represented the excitement and hope of the new year from the black tulle that represents the sombre times we have all been through recently. Whilst watching the show, all I could think was that I cannot wait to wear all of the colourful skirts and dresses I have sitting in the cupboard, gathering dust, impatiently waiting to be worn again.
Once again, Molly Goddard has proved to be such a sensation, giving us all a moment of hopefulness we very much needed.