There was a lot here, a lot of extra that shouted out other collections, of course, unwittingly as they'd been create long before. What this meant is that the clothes were better, left to stand all on their own. The black, white and cream asymmetrical wrap jackets were pretty good, same for those in champagne, though the shot of red and turquoise seemed a little off (wait for it Saint Laurent) and the lurex knits should have been dropped altogether. What there was to love was the black leather dress split at the middle to reveal shorts. The multi-buckle belts were a less refined version of those at Anne Demeulemeester and the transparent black Stephen Jones-created fedoras recalled the clear plastic brims of Chalayan's sun hats. What exactly do you see through there?