For this season, Luis Buchinho found his inspiration in the uniforms from the world of female aviation of the 1930s and 1940s. On the runway, the models looked elegant, empowering and affirmative. The girl-power effect was further magnified by a series of fans that blew directly at the models as they walked down the catwalk.
There were variations of headgear worn by Amy Johnson. She set a record for a solo flight from London, UK to Darwin, Australia back in 1930. Particular stand-outs were the jumpsuits and bomber jackets adorned with faux fur and metallics.
Luis Buchinho mixed classics with a touch of casual, reworking the looks for the modern woman. The graphics included symbols from the WWII as well as colour blocks and geometric shapes. Finally, the fabrics created a game of textures with the use of flannel, wool and felt.