As London Fashion Week draws to a close, we showcase the best of the SS14 collections in under 60 seconds with our top ten vines. From J.W. Anderson's sex-less collection, to Christopher Kane's botany diagram inspired collection, here are the best of the best.
Unexpected details: Lots of PVC, sheer panels, garter socks and intricate beading
Atmosphere: Dead roses scattered on the runway; everything felt very stale and grey
Left us wanting: To go back to school and get an A in biology
Viral moment: Lily Cole opening the show with a strange ritualistic performance piece, witnessed by Vivienne Westwood herself who was rather unexpectedly sat in the front row and not backstage
Initial reaction: Sexy Easter Sunday
How they wore it: Picked up off the tour bus floor from the night before, and flung on
References: Contouring and airbrushing, seen in dresses sprayed with mists of blue
Quote of the show: “It’s really about my youth and optimism. I was starting out in the late seventies-early eighties – the cusp of hippie and bohemian and dandy,” Sir Paul Smith
Key change: Feminine ease took a masculine turn with cargo trousers and boxy checked shirts buttoned to the neck.