A pastel palette was the order of the day, given an edge with metallic and iridescent finishes. Meanwhile teardrop-shaped cutouts added difference to simple silhouettes, all presented to the soundtrack of Pink Floyd's No Education.
Florals were given a whole new meaning with the designer's botanical prints, which showed the inner anatomy of plants - could we want the entire collection any more?
Along with the announcement that the label will be opening its first flagship store in London, we can only predict bigger and better things for this exciting designer. What do you think?
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