Luke nicknamed this look "the plonkons" because he felt they really felt like a wig that had been literally plonked on the head...
Dominating the second floor show-space we saw graphic patterns, elegantly cut slacks, signature bombers and sophisticated tailoring to briefly summarise Saunders’ quirky menswear collection.
Under the impressive glass atrium of London’s Royal Opera House, DAKS SS15 opened with billowing chiffon against soft sounds of a piano solo.
This delicate collection in blue, white and nut-brown was juxtaposed against the chilly enormity of The British Museum to depict the turn of the spring season.
Van der Ham’s collection of mixed fabrics and conflicting textures thread down the runway against the blank canvas of Topshop Show Space. Despite the stark surroundings, layers of sheer silk in pastel hues illuminated the walls and embodied a timeless femininity.