Sheena Anadkat recaps the fashion from the official DONT WALK launch party. Where better to see the fabulous styles of St. Andrews than a fashion show launch party. 


 

From monochrome prints to fluorescent lace, guests at the DONT WALK official launch wore it all — and did not disappoint. To learn more about the event itself, be sure to read our review, here. 

Monochrome Dimension

DONT WALK brands itself as provocative and chic, and the look of this year’s creative director, Leigh Walderman, was no exception. Consisting of a cape-like geometric dress and strappy heels, her ensemble was a show-stopper that night.

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Girls-Only Neon 

Standing out amongst the predominantly monochrome crowd, some partygoers braved colour — with no subtle intentions. Their boldness paid off; these fashionistas looked flawless — receiving compliments throughout the night.

Thankfully, none of the men were brave enough to attempt an all neon wonder. Instead, the more adventurous men opted for graphic sweatshirts.

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Texture & Statement Accessories 

Pairing a lacy v-neck with a pop of purple on her heels, this fashionista added a refreshing twist to her elegant playsuit. Complementing her look with a metallic clutch, her all-black look was flawless — without being plain.

 

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Ethereal Chic & Quirky Sophistication 

Pairing a cloud patterned crop top with a sparkly high waisted skirt, operations director, Gabriella Flax looked nothing short of ethereal.

The men at the event mainly dressed in a blazer and tie, with some focusing on a bold tie — rather than a bold outfit.  In the tie below, the vintage print added a quirky touch to his suave ensemble. 
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After hosting several events throughout the semester already, the mysterious DONT WALK committee could be dropping clues as to what guests can expect from the February show. With lead-up event themes ranging from “Yeezy Season”  and “DONT WATCH” to “James Bond”, one thing will be certain — all-black everything.

 

Sheena Anadkat

 

Featured Image: DONT WALK Facebook page