Photographed by Lorna Fitzsimons and modelled by Sarah Tallon, this 2019 collection from Orla Langan takes us back in time, while also simultaneously adding in touches of a futuristic aesthetic. In particular, we’d like to draw your attention to the influences from artist Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmanian, 19th century costumes, and old films like Morocco. However, you might find it difficult to concentrate on these more obscure references when there’s so much visually going on with this collection. Whether it be the pops of neon green, the quilted fabrics, the deconstructed garments, or the 3D geometric patterns, the eye is guaranteed to go on an adventure when checking out this collection. Even the mixing of various fabrics helps add visual interest. For example, there’s a stylish mix of both soft organic cotton paired with more structural fabrics like pointelle jersey. Even the silhouettes fit within this juxtaposition with soft dress tunics compared against structural shoulder variations. Combine all those trendy details with the talents of stylist Jan Brierton and makeup by Ashley O’Connor for a collection that people will be talking about for months.