Tuesday, 8 January 2013

Rebecca Torres - Beyond The Patterned Book

I was lucky enough to work backstage at the recent launch of Rebecca Torres' new collection - Beyond the Patterned Book.

The amazingly talented Glasgow based designer, whose signature look is ultra sleek body con dresses, launched her collection and pop-up shop in the heart of the Merchant City in the really cool gallery/shop/coffee shop called All That is Solid (which does THE best coffee in Glasgow!).

Rebecca was nominated for Young Designer of the Year in 2012 at The Scottish Fashion Awards and her new collection did not disappoint. Her bright colour block, patterned and sleek black dresses and fabulous body suits (which I can TOTALLY picture Florence Welch in) looked amazing on the catwalk, modelled by some gorgeous models from Colours Agency.

She got a great turnout on the night of fellow designers, bloggers, press and fashionistas and everyone loved the collection!

Don't forget to check out Rebecca's dresses and collection on her online shop on her website (www.rebeccatorres.co.uk). Having seen her collection up close, the quality of her dresses is amazing and her prices are so reasonable too, starting at just £37.50!

The girls backstage with Rebecca (centre)

Sophie wearing Maria dress £95 (Maria Dress)

Sam in fabulous patterned bodysuit (similar here)

Kristina wearing Paula dress (my favourite dress from this collection!) £85 (Paula Dress)

Natasha looking amazing in bright pink bodysuit (similar here)

Full length canary yellow dress

Blue and printed full length dress

I absolutely adore this pink printed dress too! 

All images courtesy of David Stanton (www.stantonimaging.com)
Collection - Rebecca Torres 'Beyond The Patterned Book' (www.rebeccatorres.co.uk)
Models - Colours Agency (www.coloursagency.com)
Production - Victoria Martin (represented by Colours Agency)
Make up - Carol Fairfield (represented by Colours Agency)
Hair - Rainbow Room International (www.rainbowroominternation.com)
All That Is Solid - South Block, Glasgow (www.southblock.co.uk)

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