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There’s a new colour king in town and his name is Sander Lak. Forget ombre hair, how about a three tone ombre dress of floaty, figure-skimming pleats or pyjama style separates? The womenswear and menswear shows also gave colour-blocking fresh impetus by styling pastels and unexpectedly complementary tones together. The effect was dreamy and exactly the type of minimal effort, maximum impact dressing we all appreciate on dreary winter days.


Who knew tie-dye trousers could be so appealing and chic even when paired with a striped corset? Mike Eckhaus and Zoe Latta did and this collection may be the one that kickstarts their mainstream momentum. Talk about dressing for every occasion, albeit in decorative knits, hero day and night dresses and your new favourite jeans. We’re seriously considering strapless tops again and our favourite plus-sized model-influencer Paloma Elsesser was in the show, proving these pieces look amazing on all shapes and sizes.


If you’re wondering who’s going to fill the Phoebe Philo designed, Celine shaped gaps in your wardrobe, and exude a similarly captivating progressive elegance, The Row just pipped Victoria Beckham to the post. Serene suiting and languidly luxe basics elevated with intriguing details were the order of the day as models wandered around Isamu Noguchi sculptures. These were truly timeless and impeccably crafted pieces you’d wear forever, justifying the eye-watering prices.


Best known for his denim and having Rihanna as a fan girl, it was interesting to see how Dolan built on his early success. His signature extra-long sleeves appeared on everything from shorts to chunky knits, lending a nonchalant, carefree air; while his other proportion plays worked well on his blue and white takes on the Canadian tuxedo and the colourful check cuts that ran through the coolly tailored collection.


Cathrine Saks and Barbara Potts' latest offering will be perfect for channelling the ladies of the Upper East side with a twist, judging by their first presentation outside their native CPFW. Their It-girl approved faux fur coats evolved with contrasting shaggy trims and nipped in waists that had cross generational appeal. And everything else was youthful and vibrantly printed with a ladylike slant- polka dots pints, ditzy florals and pussy bows were key details.