When you are attending a Tata Naka presentation you are really attending a Tata Naka photo-shoot.
In the 17th and 18th century room of the National Portrait Gallery, in front of a French family portrait, Tamara and Natasha Surguladze, the sisters behind Tata Naka, direct girls in florals and stripes for IPhone photos (which you can now see in one of the three Tata Naka Instagram accounts @tatanaka @tatanaka_2 @tatanaka_samplesale)
Some of the models such as, Estelle Digridi and Charli Fletcher are veterans to the experience, being in the presentations season after season. The atheistic of Tata Naka is colourful and hectic, reflected in the atmosphere of the presentation.
The Surguladze sisters are above all else are print designers and this season the feature fabric of choice was an orange, yellow, green, and blue-stripped designs. The cotton fabric was worn as shorts, pants, jackets, and dresses.
There was also a strong sense of vintage inspiration in the collection. By using muted tones of traditionally bright colours and ankle lengths skirts the piece seemed as if they could have been borrowed from a 1960s garden party and placed in a portrait gallery.