Ashley Isham looks at the new socialite for inspiration – the confident and savvy city girl with a passion for clean lines and tailoring.
Evening wear saw short dresses sparkling with sequins and beads.
But Isham’s signature draped fluid jersey dresses were never far behind with their Grecian asymmetric style long and short in deep teal, frosted grey and a prints of python and floral.
Rich colours included plum, petrol blue, emerald, carmine pink, smoked pearl and antique gold.
Looking forward: Best outfit for The Cheltenham Festival 2013
OK the matching velvet shorts are not the appropriate attire for Cheltenham, but the petrol blue velvet cape teamed with a cashmere polo neck and trousers would make a striking pose at the finishing line.
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Catwalk photographer Christopher Dadey.
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