The final day of Fashion Week was a more relaxed affair than the rest of the week, as London wound down slowly from the excitement of the Pammie and co the previous night.
Aussie designer Josh Goot started the day with his Antipodean aesthetic of colour saturated swirled prints on long beachside dresses and blocks of bright shades on super short minis and shoulder shrugs. A paler end to the collection showed layers of floaty chiffon on hankerchief dresses in ice blue, lemon and peach.
Lace, broiderie anglaise and tiered silk combined for a romantic feel over at Modernist. White was peppered with shots of lilac and violet on satin tulip skirts, flippy satin gowns and net-lined tutus worn open over matching leotards. Giant rosettes, undulating peplums and frothy skirts added to the feel of girlish elegance.
The day finished with MAN's three emerging designers and the Topman collection. There was a recreated utility theme, with plenty of drawstring hoods, treated cotton tracksuits, techy macs and high colour pieces combining wearable looks with a high fashion edge for the lad on the street.