The designs at Michael Lo Sordo today could have been heaven sent - cloud-like and ethereal, they positively floated down the runway. Michael Lo Sordo's skill lies in his ability to create softly structured pieces - shapes are tailored but not sharp, voluminous but not overpowering.
Voluminous folds took centre stage, cinched at the shoulder to pull the billowy look together.
Saturated in ruby red, the same design was rendered suddenly more dramatic.
Michael lo Sordo grounded light-as-a-feather sheer gowns with a silhouette that borrowed from the classic trench, lapel and all. Silk pleats moved with dreamy fluidity.
With swathes of pleated burgundy artfully pulled in at the shoulder and a floor-skimming train, this dress presented a 2015 take on Grecian goddess styling.
Under Michael lo Sordo's skilful eye, white could never be boring - and this gown is a case in point. Sheer folds of flowing fabric met their match with softly structured epaulets and a statement neckline.