The scene inside the room where Rebecca Moses’ presentation was held was transformed into a larger-than-life library. Books taller than models were against the walls, one open in the middle of the room. The mood was one of old classics, bringing to mind classical stories that became larger than life to the children they were read to, using their vivid, unspoiled imaginations.
One model stood above the rest in an all black dress that fitted her body like a sheath, with a deep cowl at the back. Another, with pouty red lips to match her cherry necklace, wore a long mumu-ish green and black polka dotted dress. She worked the cameras like the rent was due. I liked the orange and yellow one-shouldered knee-length dress. It’s the perfect day dress for lunch with the girls. This model stood in front of a setup for the story “Giza and The Pyramids.” Next to her was a model with a roomy dress that looked very Egyptian, with a wooden neck-plate. Next to her stood a model with a peach jumpsuit and a banger of a necklace. It was gold and hung almost to her waist, covering her chest area.
The trends this season, knee length skirts and comfy dresses were in abundance in this collection. To see more from Rebecca Moses, go to www.rebeccamoses.com.