PINGHE brought her much anticipated debut Spring/Summer 2014 show which didn’t disappoint (having worked with the likes of fashion house Alexandra McQueen and with support from Harvey Nichols CEO Joseph Wan and former chairman of the BFC Harold Tillman).




From lazer-cut details to delicate sheer mesh dress, a touch of leather here and there the collection exuded femininity, power and elegance, working both the soft and feminine look very well. Working a minimalistic palette – monochrome – the clean cut lines and simplistic colours really created a highly contemporary collection.




Her signature look derives from her love of architecture, using structured silhouettes combined beautifully with eye catching details from the collection’s aesthetic. The line used the contradictory edge and worked it down to a ‘T’.




With the addition of high, structured up do’s, black lips and fierce looks the collection gave an air of a power, regal, elegant woman, and as a debut show PINGHE most certainly brought ‘IT’.

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