BEG, BORROW OR STEAL: Several of the 60s-inspired mini dresses were the definition of disco pieces, the kind worn by the girl who's first to hit the dancefloor and last to leave. We also loved the final look (pictured above): a super-slim print pencil skirt with squared shredded hemline, combined with a structured silver metallic top.
VERDICT: While it didn't quite trump last season's beside-the-seaside collection, it was another strong, confident show from Ms Fulton, which didn't stray too far from her signature print-focused aesthetic. Like all her designs, it'll be another opinion divider: some will love her bold, brave creations, while others couldn't ever imagine themselves wearing something so brash. But hey, as she says herself in the show notes, she's never been "one for the shy and retiring."
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