The Frankenstein-print T-shirts at Christopher Kane. The monster’s face only appeared twice in the collection, but it made sense of all the plastic “bolt” fastenings that featured on just about every other look.
The crown-shaped eyebrows drawn in thick eyeliner pencil (if not crayon) on models walking in Louise Gray’s show. Not quite regal, but becoming for sure.
Sharp, oversize peplums and shoulder pads at Antonio Berardi — often emphasized by intricate beading and embroidery.
The languid pleating at J.W. Anderson.
Though we were taking blurry cell phone pics four rows back and across the aisle from heartthrob Harry Styles, Dita von Teese (seated next to him) could somehow sense a photo opportunity and posed for us at Burberry Prorsum.