Naomi: So what did you think of the collection?
Nic: Overall the collection was quite safe in the choice of colour, and a lot of the collection reflected some of the ideas that we've seen in the H&M collection, which was interesting. I thought she used knitwear quite innovatively too, and it was refreshing to see models with smiles on their faces for a change.
Naomi: Really? I'm all about the scowl! I agree with what you said though. They definitely worked with the same prints that we saw from the H&M line but it is part of the brand's signature after all.
I loved the knitwear. Although they did play it safe, everything about the collection from the colour palette to the simplistic quality of the knitwear gave the pieces a timeless quality whilst still managing to be a bit fun and playful too.
What did you think about the headwear? The first thing that came into my mind was the DVF collection where they had the huge balls on the hats.
Nic: I completely agree about the hats. It was those huge ethnic-like pom pom hats I think.
Naomi: Hardly the most practical pieces in the world but I loved them nonetheless.