Jenny Packham's Spring/Summer 2015 show at New York Fashion Week celebrated the "Best of British" and took place at Manhattan's historic Terminal Store, in partnership with British architectural company Grimshaw.
1950s and 1960s influences were apparent in the silhouettes, from figure-hugging body-con wiggle dresses in bold shades of pink and blue (a nod to Marilyn's off-duty style) to palm print picnic dresses (a reference to the lush bungalowed gardens of the Beverly Hills Hotel where Marilyn lived) and full-skirted evening gowns, with a colour palette ranging from the most delicate pastels to neon brights, metallics, reds and browns. There was also a selection of dresses in red-carpet ready black.
Sumptuous fabrics - velvet, textured satin, appliquéd lace and silk chiffon - met out-of-this-world embellishments: sherbet-hued 3D flowers appliquéd all over a gown, sparkling silver embroidery on a powder blue cap-sleeved belted dress and brown jumpsuit, a sequin-encrusted cocktail-ready jacket and silk body-con styles with sexy sheer panels and plenty of glittering details.
Now the question is, which star is going to debut this collection on the red carpet first?
Don't miss the highlights from the show below.