The minute the models at the TellusFashion launch party stepped out onto the catwalk wearing the latest collection from Fabryan, I was mesmerised.
Little Black Dresses, Ball Gowns and Grecian Evening Dresses were paraded down the catwalk allowing everyone to see the rich array of textures, colours and fabrics used in the creation of the collection. The show was a visual feast with the dresses catching the eyes of many due to their sensually sexy and contemporary style.
The designer behind the collection, Samantha Jane, created the brand in September 2010 launching it at London Fashion Week in the same month. This brave move immediately got Fabryan spotted by the fashion crowd and since then it has been heralded as the 'One to Watch'. Having a sharp business mind and a huge passion for designing clothes, Samantha Jane is set to achieve great things. What I personally love about her work is that it is an extension of her personal style. By purchasing one of her dresses, Samantha is allowing you to enter the world of Fabryan, a world encompassed by Samantha's elegant and alluring style.
It is hard to pick a favourite design of Fabryan's especially when I am faced with such a stunning selection of dresses and of course, not forgetting their exquisite collection of silk scarves. Ranging from garments that can be worn during the day and accessorised for the evening to fully fledged evening gowns, Samantha Jane ensures that luxury and impeccable attention to detail go hand in hand to produce items of the highest quality imaginable. The 'Vixen' dress, the 'Naomi' dress and the iconic 'Anna' dress have all made it to the top of my wish list and I cannot wait for the day when I can show them off to all my friends. A bespoke Fabryan dress service is also available, offering a more personal approach to shopping and although you may initially be paying a little more than a dress from their RTW collection, you are safe in the knowledge that you will have a totally unique and cherished garment.
To see more of Samantha Jane's designs then visit the Fabryan website and follow them on Twitter
(Images from Fabryan.com)