Review - Rejina Pyo


It was an early morning start to get to the Rejina Pyo show at Burlington Arcade, but armed with strong coffee I set out to see the brand that I had heard so much about but had never had the opportunity to see before. 

So, seated with a healthy juice in hand amongst the great and the good of the fashion industry who had also made this a priority start to their day, I waited to be dazzled. And I was! From the first opening trench coat look through the many layered, oversized suiting pieces to delicate floaty silk prints – one gorgeous look after another came striding past. The colour palette flited between autumnal beiges and nudes to accents of red, delicate pinks, electric blues and orange pops. 

Pyo explained the collection celebrates the idea of coming of age, moving away from home for the first time, a sense of hope, dreams and potential – and in the collection, we saw the hope dreams and potential that Pyo has to drive her brand forward. 

To the pumping music from the best soundtrack of the season, Pyo showed us a collection that every woman will covet to have in her wardrobe – every single piece of it!