Georgia Hardinge's show was the last of the day at the Freemason's Hall, and, as it turned out, the pattern on the invitation was a hint of what was to come. This sort of print has become synonymous with Hardinge's work, and her fascination with working architecture into her pieces is something that crops up with each collection, evolving each time. Keeping the whole thing fresh was the gorgeous use of colour; this was a richness of palette that a lot of other shows couldn't live up to, using delicious burgundy, mustard yellow and striking cobalt blue. Another stand out look that prompted murmurs of approval throughout the audience were block colour looks accessorised with hats - this, along with the finale piece of jutting sculptural hips seemed to resonate most with the crowd that evening.
Images and text by Katie Tillyer