Meet this season's NEWGEN, the designers that are handpicked by the British Fashion Council are showcasing their Spring Summer creations this London Fashion Week. These group will be the next big things.
Here's your need-to-know on their SS16 collections...
The heat in the ICA mixed with models dancing to a soundtrack of Ritchie Valens 'La Bamba' (you know, la la la la bamba) made for some serious island vibes at Danielle Romeril's SS16 presentation.
Stearing away from her classic khaki, Romeril refreshed her spring palette with greens, blacks, baby pinks and smudged palm print in the shape of clean lines layered up.
Our favourite piece: white ruffled peep toe sandals. Just dreamy.
For SS16 Claire Barrow steered away from her usual painted black leather to deliver a colour packed collection. Symbols chimed in the background as models (who are Claire's friends and people she street-cast) sat around in bin-bag like skirts in a transfixed hungover state (much like the rest of the fash pack today.)
Our favourite piece: the Edvard Munch 'scream' style trousers. Gimme.
5pm sunshine and total zen like music made for a dreamy moment for 1205. Corrugated pleated skirts wafted down the catwalk with matching ribbed jumpers and the all important box fresh Nike Air Max paired with every look. Navy, burgundy and ethereal cream - this is your spring muted colour pallet. And for the hair... An avatar-esque braid finished the look.
Faustine Steinmetz made for a rather creepy start to day 2 of #LFW. Life and art were very much working in union with deconstructed denim shown through, er, deconstructed models.
The clothes were frayed, knotted, with sheer panels - this is the new way to wear denim. Be ready.
That awkward moment when you almost eat the art installation. A sandwich factory, was the back drop for Molly Goddard's SS16 presentation. Girls stood around in Molly's statement tuille dresses as they methodically built their sarnies. Frills and pleats and all things sweet were Molly's flavour for this season but hardened up with pony-haired clogs - perfect for princess stomping.
Our favourite look: a flourescent pink puff dress so reminscent of candy floss that looks like a drop of water would melt it away.
This season, Sadie Williams harked back to school days, boarding school days in particular: bunk beds, school badges, primary colours, and home-made disco outfits.
Our favourite piece: The backless scarf top - rememeber when you wanted to be Kiera Knightley from 'Bend It Like Beckham'? Yup, Sadie does too.