Location: The Old Sorting OfficeDominating the second floor show-space we saw graphic patterns, elegantly cut slacks, signature bombers and sophisticated tailoring to briefly summarise Saunders’ quirky menswear collection. His static presentation was an opportunity to admire the construction and detail of his tactile showcase. Staying true to his strengths, Saunders played on fresh colours that popped against a minimalistic set of the derelict building. Giant lanterns filtered a warm light upon dewy skin, whilst the relaxed, undone hair threw us from heady summer’s day to a hot and sultry evening. Luke Hersheson played on the idea of 'club hair' to accompany the static feel of the collection. Model's hair was kept natural and roughly styled with gloss shine and oils to produce a dry root but wet and greasy ends. No combs were needed as hair was pushed back off the front of the face with the fingers to mimic that hot and sweaty summer.