Fashion trend is totally irrelevant at Sabina. The references hidden so deep in crisp cottons keep us guessing and riveted. Her minimalist approach to design produced a collection beyond expectation, as a stark contrast from the other collections shown at London Fashion Week where there is a theme towards either splashes of brights or textures by combining different fabrics.
Each garment is made of cotton or jersey beautifully folded, draped and tailored to allow no room for distraction, but a witches hat shaped tall baseball cap worn on a loosely tied pony tail at the neck does say something different. It is, in the sense of whether or not you will wear the cap right off the catwalk, accessories are usually overlooked subjects but are a part if done well can make the look.
Elongated horizontally extended garment shapes for a more balanced silhouette, stemming from the purity of minimalism the most basic fabric manipulation techniques of draping, layering and pleating, applied in calming earthy tones left plenty of room for consumers individual interpretation.
Dresses tailored featuring oversized shoulders streaming down the arms or draped effortlessly on to the body create interesting but sometimes masculine forms. All finished of with a rectangular panel across the body and stiff high collars.