The other half seemed to be struggling to find their seats in the dark. In fact the first model pushed past stragglers as she made her way down the runway while Katy Perry was still pushing to get inside. Once this unnecessary hiccup had been resolved, however (note to fashion editors: designer Marc Jacobs starts early nowadays), the Louis Vuitton spring/summer 2010 collection was unveiled as a glorious mash-up of inspirations and influences. Japanese club kid meets global traveller with a bit of sport and city utilitarianism chucked in: it’s difficult to pin down exactly what next season is all about, but it looks pretty good all the same. Mad prints, cycling shorts under frilly skirts, baby-doll dresses with exposed neon bras, military shirts, tweed jackets with utility pockets - there was a lot to take in. While it ticked some of spring/summer’s trend boxes - visible lingerie, denim, utility, military, the kitten heel - this collection felt fresh, youthful and desirable. Towering afro wigs, wooden clogs and huge satchels with dangling furry tails added the finishing touches.