The concept was realized through sheer body suits with tribal tattoo embroidery underneath jewel toned numbers – in copper, a muted sapphire, hunter green, gold, and blush. The copper felt a bit busy, but the rest of the color palettes looked gorgeous. The tribal designs hopped from bodysuit, to panel, to overlay. Occasionally, this could have been edited to be just a little more of a subtle element, but overall the concept worked, with many beautiful looks.
A fresh rotation of silhouettes displayed Shoji’s range, from sleek bodycon dresses, off-the-shoulder sheaths, and strapless minis to capped sleeve column gowns, and high-lows. The show crescendo came with four flowing goddess gowns in nude, black and white – each with individually stunning bodice design elements.