The set emblazoned with colourful letters of the alphabet spelt out what was to come. With Madonna's Vogue blaring out, an 80s explosion of primary coloured or monochrome jacquard knit dresses, shrunken wool pencil skirts and silk blouses. Everything - and we mean everything bar the oversized blazers - was scattered with the letter print. The long sweeping dresses which have become its signature since the recent alpine and floral collections combined clubby with delicate.
For the finale, the model army wore silk shirts with feather pom-pom skirts in every colour of the rainbow. As young and fun as one would expect from Dolce & Gabbana's naughty little sister.