November Colour Series: Gold
Feeling a need for sheen? Opt for Look 4, a gold silk wool ruffle-trim relaxed-fit dresswith self-tie bow.

Flounces and frills in gold silk faille are at the fore of the Greta Constantine Spring 2022 ready-to-wear collection. Based on their fascination with arguably fashion's biggest night out, the Met Gala, Jamaican-Canadian design duo Kirk Pickersgill and Stephen Wong have crafted a collection that captures the glamorous spirit of the event.

The attention paid to details — Look 19, we imagine, took hours to create — and an array of playful silhouettes make for an appealing collection. Of the 21 looks, only one lacks the signature embellishment — though the white silk wool blazer and gold colour block box-pleat pant oozes sophistication and is perfect for NYE. Tuesday Style Fashion (TSF)strikes gold!

Look 20: Gold silkwool ruffle-trim,gathered sleeveA-line gown withoff-white silk faillepanel (Photos:Carlos and Alyse)
Look 8:Whitesilk woolblazer andoff-whitesilk faillewith goldcolourblockbox-pleat pant
Look 18: Whitesilk wool self-tieblouse and goldsilk wool boxpleatshort short
Look 19: Gold silk wool ruffle-trim jacketover a black silk wool bustier and blacktulle tiered skirt

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