Print central, as creativity runs riot, everything has got flung into the mix, traditional dog tooth, to the random eclectic, to the pretty floral, to the retro Wild West and everything in between. A smattering of panels to allowing the patterns, colours and textures all happily sit together on the one piece. A utilitarian style wiggling its way through.
House of Holland and the zig zag.
Cow boys run riot on this skirt by Kinder Aggugini.
Louise Gray did not old back when she decided on what prints to run with, loud and proud.
I really like these boots. Models styled to perfection with punky make-up and Mohawk hair pieces.
An equally creative approach to print came from Dans La Vie. Flamingo's, picture post cards, wonderful. I can't decide wheather there is a broken tea cup or a tulip upon her head.
Timperley provided the pretty with abundance with embroidered flowers with a gypsy romantic feel.
Emboridered exotic birds floated on paneled dresses from Spijkers en Spijkers.
Yulia Kondrnina from Central Saint Martins created beautiful dressed from criss crossing fringing.
Lines from Daks imfamous print and the well crafted weave dance into a blur.
Big furry mammoth coats featured with cute monster faces appeared at Meadham Kirchhoff.A mix of textures, pattern and colour create a unique look.
Mary Katrantzou created another wonderful collection, print and shape working together to bring a futuristic look.
MQs hair was just as futuristic, it looks to have been wrapped round a button. A collection that looks as if can take cope with British weather no problem at all.