Why yes. Why not start the night right at the VIP LMFF Lounge? Chambord cocktails, canapes and a fully stocked buffet table. Who says fashion doesn’t eat?
Sass & Bide. I like their winter woollies and quasi-Peruvian capes. Can’t say I notice a real progression in their trend, however.
Ellery offered a range of casual to more formal attire. This beautiful maroon gown was very Pre-Raphaelite, with elegant drape, texture in sequins and sexiness from sheer materials.
Karla Spetic with glorious patterns and a red velvet jumpsuit. You all know how I feel about jumpsuits! Comfortable AND glamorous.
Easton Pearson featured modern floral prints that felt uniquely antipodean, in addition to beaded delicate tea gowns.
Bassike were certainly touted by many bloggers as hottest on the runway – with their leather tunic-top (right) proving a hit. I like the tough man-styling of their A/W collections.