After a two-season break, Ksubi designers Dan Single and George Gorrow made a return to the catwalk last night with a dramatic and moody collection. The pair flew in Erin Wasson and the American supermodel opened the show, charging down the runway in a floor-length, black-studded coat. Structured, heavy-duty pieces provided a refreshing contrast to the metallic, micro-mini hemlines we've seen over the week, with a nod to Gareth Pugh's exquisite, macabre creations showcased last February. Josh Goot, who attracted Dita Von Teese and Wasson, both of whom applauded his neon pink leotard-tight dress, complete with Supergirl cape. "It was truely superb and his sense of colour is sublime," said Henri Bendell buyer Anne Watson. Alice McCall also impressed with her signature, endearing prints in cuts that displayed more of a sporty edge than usual. Her red and white striped sleeveless hoodie caused enough of a stir to suggest that "Where's Wally"-chic is sure to be one of next season's key looks.
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