Budget poor but ideas rich, they magic up outfits in a way that money can't buy. Acne designer Jonny Johansson feels the same and his autumn winter collection was born from "a fascination with the girls in my design studio. These creative girls make a lot of fashion out of a few garments. It's a phenomenon these girls that make fashion out of nothing". Jonny's nothing turned in to really quite something.
The patchwork vein ran throughout with industrial boiler suits made from different colours and fabrics. Leather trousers and stiff square t-shirts were patched together with silver, gold and navy leather, gauze and wool. Work wear was literal with leather dungarees and dustman jackets. And shearling - the trend that keeps on giving - covered crombie coats and lapels.
And the shoes to create next season's cult following? Wedge heeled brogues and high wooden stack sandals. Long live the interns.