It was all eyes on Giles Deacon last night as the designer celebrated womanly curves with bustiers and commercial floral print dresses, and expressed his quirky side via eye print intarsia knits and feather boa peruvian head dresses.
Deacon celebrated womenkind as Agyness Deyn opened the show, glamour models Kelly Brook and Abbey Clancey put their curves on the catwalk and 1960s legend Veruschka closed the show for the London based designer who was sponsored by value fashion retailer New Look.
The spring 11 trend for the 1970s continued at Giles with billowing blouse sleeves, knitted tank tops and a Neapolitan ice cream colour scheme.
Polka dot eye prints also featured on dresses, while the humble jumper was turned onto a skirt with the sleeves tied around the waist belting the creation.
Hot pants and waistcoats also made a sexy showing as did drop waist pleated skirts and delicate amour like strings of glittering overlay.