The Tata Naka presentation at London Fashion Week A/W ’12 was bursting with colour, print and vibrancy. Inspired by tribal arts and African culture the collection dived back into the 70’s with styling references from Motown legends such as Diana Ross and the Supremes.

 

The collection consisted of various garments covered in the designer’s own detailed paintings. Shift dresses, box shoulder blazers and pleated skirts portrayed through shades of dusty terracotta and lavender. The accessories took inspiration from Malawi with heavily beaded bracelets and neck-collars.

 

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