As perfect a show as one would expect from the talented Brit who normally shows in Milan, back to show support for 25-years of London Fashion Week.
In a church hidden somewhere just off a busy Oxford Street top press were treated to a winning series of Swarovski-encrusted jackets (one sexy version laced at the back) and dresses with lingerie details: brassieres, satin straps and corsetry cleverly picked out with crystals. Then came the kimono-inspired tangerine section and tight dresses in stretchy fabrics and evening coats some in a pretty blue. And then it all moved up a beat (the music included) with the half a dozen or so immaculately-crafted black dresses made from sections of stretchy fabrics skillfully stitched together. Someone gasped at the jet encrusted stove pants. And someone gasped again at an almost other-worldly looking Alla, hands-on-hips, in the mid-thigh corset dress pictured. The whole thing was just incredible.