If you're reading this on your phone, it's too late. Claire Barrow had our increasing reliance on our technological devices on her brain for SS16, presenting a future dystopia in which the clothes we wear may be the last things we call our own. The result saw her distinctive hand-made techniques pushed to their furthest extreme: knitted and painted by hand, leathers and silk mingled with denim that had literally gone through a cement mixer to emerge from the debris. "There's no going back", says Barrow of her hands-on approach. "There's no deleting or rubbing it out – it's instant." The venue for these post-technological ensembles was a distorted after-dark soiree, with elegantly dressed boys and girls playing broken instruments cobbled together from metal parts. It sounds surprisingly good – soundtracked by Owen Pratt's off-kilter orchestration, here's your invitation to the strangest band recital you'll ever attend.