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Best of the rest

PREEN

1960s-inspired houndstooth shifts and funnel neck coats are updated with sculptural cutaway leathers, rainbow panelled dresses and split level belled skirts

BCBG

A futuristic feel prevailed through skin tight lame leggings, draped shiny satins and angular panelled dresses softened by loose silhouettes

3.1 PHILIP LIM

The 1960s swung into town at Philip Lim with plumped up shaggy jackets, frilled satin shirts and Sergeant Pepper-inspired jackets.

JONATHAN SAUNDERS

Saunders’ love of vivid colour this season extended to zigzag printed foils, blurred geometric spirals chiffons and pagoda shouldered metallic dresses.

ALEXANDER WANG

Wang offered an edgily sexy collection of plunging necklines, skin tight wrapped satins, midriff baring boleros and off the shoulder boyfriend shirts.

DIESEL BLACK GOLD

A gothic-undertoned hotch potch of printed cottons and silks contrasted with boyfriend denims, asymmetric coated jackets and country blazers

NARCISO RODRIGUEZ

Bandage dresses and balletic skirts in sherbet shades give way to body con black dresses with built in cummerbunds and iridescent panes

CAROLINA HERRERA

Herrera’s sombre palette centred around blues, purples and greys and featured patchworks, heavily textured fabrics and layered lace

JILL STUART

Stuart whipped up plenty of frothy girlishness with layered and ruffled dropped waist dresses, cashmere knits, bubble hemmed skirts and ultra puffed sleeves

ANNA SUI

The ultra femininity of black lace, floral prints and floaty chiffon was toughened up with velvet caped coats, metallic biker jackets and super padded shoulders

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