Nothing was more fitting for a Pam Hogg show than the eccentric audience that filled each row. From here Nick Cave sat and watched his son, Jethro take to the catwalk in a patent, rainbow stricken coat; belted enough times to hint at a possible straight jacket influence.
Hogg’s collection was certainly nothing less than expected; the futuristic feel of metallic, bodycon dresses were accessorised with over-emphasised Star Trek eyebrows. Hot-pant jumpsuits and tight, long sleeved dresses with sheer, lace and gold foil paneling added sex appeal, whilst even casual grey tops and minimal black skirts were given the kinky treatment with patent, over the knee fetish boots. Tulle headresses in black or white, similar to dandelion clocks, topped the heads of models in matching wings and tails. A flirty kiss mid runway passed between Jethro and his girlfriend, fellow model Sophie Willing, whilst skinny jeans and shredded knit crop tops were modeled by Alice Dellal, apt for gritty daywear.