Femininity was the general focus as more chic styles were produced for the vibrant, edgy, and playful collection. Focused on brand name revamp projects, the labels upcycled included a dip dyed Tahari, Vintage Peter Chang, thrift t-shirts, and embellished heels.
Ahmree Gordon and Stevie Crowne collaborated on a number of garments such as the punk styled beige varsity jacket with a psychedelic Cat painting on the center back, as well as a full look inspired by the skeletal form, painted in gold on black leather, as well as a range of accessories.
In celebration of Alchemy Clothing + Salons 3rd year open, the style direction was street high fashion, inspired by Japanese street style.
In this collection, which was based upon an idea of post apocalyptic fashion, welcomed the over-use of spike embellishments, patchwork, leather cut outs, tailoring, military styles, and face paint to tie the overall theme of the show together. Garments were designed in the vision of battle wear as casual wear, hence the use of metal hardware seen on every garment.