Creative directors Katie Hillier and Luella Bartley brought an energetic beat to New York Fashion Week when they presented their Spring/Summer 2015 collection for Marc by Marc Jacobs at the city's Pier 94 yesterday, set to the tune of thumping drum-'n-bass.
With their Mohawked plaits and cropped tees worn under printed bandeau tops and teamed with pencil skirts and latex leggings - the Marc by Marc attitude was one of confidence and "anything goes" appeal.
When it came to prints, oversized polka dots dotted bolero jackets, bra tops and tutu and pencil skirts, while the anti-establishment spirit reigned supreme on graphic printed tops and slogan dresses reading "New World System."
There was also a selection of canvas utility wear - boiler suits, overall dresses with harness belts - and neon-bright silk slip dresses and PJs before the punk-infused evening looks strolled out: spliced prom dresses made up of a patchwork of different fabrics.
As always, the accessories were eye-catching: hexagonal hard jewel handbags, circular clutches, donut-shaped bags teamed with rubbery-platform Mary Janes and rainbow-bright heeled ankle wellies.
See the highlights in the slideshow below.