This season I had the opportunity to assist to The House of Ccuoco fashion show at the Fashion Scout venue on behalf of Worlds No. 1 Model. And here is a copy of the piece I wrote for them!

This weekend, The House of Ccuoco brought to London their SS16 collection, taking place at the Fashion Scout building in central London.

Fashionably late, the show started with a good beat where one design after the other fascinated the crowd.

Being faithful to their ethos of “Empowering the modern women with reinterpreted classic cuts”, House of Ccuoco showcased a mixture of silhouettes and fabrics.

The colour palette presented was Burgundy, Navy, Ivory and Black in oversized coats, dresses, skirts, trousers and cropped tops. Throughout the collection, the mixture of sheer fabrics with suede, leather and silk proposed a strong and powerful silhouette for the busy woman.

Key pieces of the collection include sheer maxi-skirt, oversized coats with mixed fabrics, peplum strapless and sheer maxi-dresses. All these versatile designs were paired with high-waisted underpants, cropped strapless tops or pencil ruffled skirts.

Keeping up with past shows, House of Ccuoco, presented minimal styling, like a sheer long-sleeve maxi-dress, styled with Ccuoco’s logo belt-buckle. Completing the look was the backcombed hair, combined with a sleek deep central partition, and dark lips for the make up.

Ccuoco’s collection brings the airy atmosphere we all crave after a cold winter, and I personally can’t wait to wear one of their sheer maxi-skirts next spring!

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