If you can dream it, you can create it and you can catwalk it - this always seems to be the vague mantra of the Central St Martins fashion student and the 2013 class is no different. In fact, if anything, their dreams are more fantastical than most.
There were neons, wondrous volume and pinks, all walked by models who were surely the coolest kids on the fashion block.
Edward Marler's Meadham Kirchoff-esque collection (above) was to die for (can we please have a crown?) while Rachel Choi and Xui Li's hyper-real menswear creations popped and Yoshimi Mita's danced, such was the skilled structure and drape of her designs.
Meanwhile, Jolene Fung showcased neo 1950s-style pieces than were harder, uncompromising and not for the wannabe housewife, but more for the type of girl who wants to wear the trousers while rocking an outrageously brilliant skirt.
Nathaniel Lyles' puzzle-style creations were at once completely retro and utterly modern, while Alve Lagercrantz swept in with all the kind of flounce and drama you also get in fairytales. Like we said, dreamt, created, catwalked.
Take a flick through all the pics from the show - full screen is a must...
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