#MFWA2015 Day 7 – International Designers

And on the seventh day... we attended the International Designers' show. Held at the majestic entrance to the Grandmaster's Palace in Valletta, the runway flowed from the internal courtyard out onto St George's Square.

Baron Fashion (Serbia)

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Reminiscent of Victorian picnics and maypole dancing, the Baron Fashion dresses flowed in a palette of cotton-candy pastels. Touches of lace and flattering waistlines make this collection every girly girl's dream (complete with glimpses of a fully-suited prince charming).

House of Jola (Nigeria)

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Year after year, House of Jola brings a spatter of colour and eclectic prints to the island. Not for the faint-hearted, these pieces are definitely made to make heads turn. From bright, spotted prints to a superbly-tailored emerald green suit, once again this collection mirrors the designer's Nigerian heritage.  

Ataraxi (UK)

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'Gender neutral' was how Ataraxi's collection was described, and gender neutral is what we got. Male models paraded piece after piece in full androgynous glory. Billowing capes, oversized tees and lots of sheers, this collection definitely sat well with us.

Penelope Demetriou (Cyprus)

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Pretty skater skirts and crop top ensembles were mixed in with edgier evening gowns and feather inserts in Penelope Demetriou's collection. 

Eymeric François (France)

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Pompadour-donning dominatrix types never looked this good. As Sandro aptly put it, Eva Green would wear every – single – piece. The detail-work is absolutely to die for (one dress is entirely made out of zips!), not to mention the very flattering cuts on the dresses.

Gagliardi (Malta)

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True to their style year after year, Gagliardi produced another very wearable, very Italian collection. We're loving the final blazer to hit the runway in particular. Geometric prints are always a good idea.