Topshop was the first show to make use of its sponsored space, The Tanks at Tate Modern. And what a venue, a sludgy concrete underworld that, if you'll indulge the fantasy, would be stacked full of Warhols every other day – like the Money Bin from Duck Tales.
The coup of landing a hidden bunker in one of the world's greatest galleries had to be documented, so Topshop hooked up with Google+ to livestream this season from every camera angle possible, even hiding lenses on some of the models, capturing their perspective for anyone that's ever wondered.
The context taken care of – another great thing about this location the interplay between gallery goers and show attendees – the collection could be savoured for what it was: the 90s for now.
Featuring grown-up takes on cropped sweaters, PVC and powder-blue fun fur, this was cleaned-up nostalgia for girls born in the last decade, two of which, Cara Delevingne and Jourdan Dunn, opened the show. After Harlem Shaking backstage, of course.