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Peter Pilotto

This season Peter Pilotto had a sense of hardness to the collection with a Matador style of cropped jackets, square/exaggerated shoulders and structural dresses, all of which had a powerful or kaleidoscope 3D print on them and incorporated embroidery.

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Michael Van Der Ham

This collection was much darker in mood and colour, taking inspiration from vintage couture and combine it with references to deconstructed, destroyed and worn out clothes.

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Christopher Kane

Kane screamed of the sixties…. a collection with a pure playfulness for textiles!

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Louise Gray

Humorous elements and vivid colours, accessorised with bin bags on models heads and toilet paper as a ring.

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Bold dropped shoulder jackets, oversized hooded Ponchos and block leather / pony hair dresses are just some of the stand out pieces.

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J.W. Anderson

J.W. Anderson took a clinical spin on this season’s collection with references to hospital gowns (gaping holes in the back of pieces), straitjackets (long white and colourful bands hanging to the sides) and near the end was a crazy comic strip print (derangement).

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