Beautiful jacquards, silks, light luxe knits, linens, stripes and checks were paired - for the very first time - with lace-up trainers that came in seven different styles.
Think the adidas Stan Smith but with the Temperely London touch - hand painted and high fashion.
Powder blue and pastel pink are big on the Spring/Summer 2015 agenda, as is black and white (the first look was two-piece linen check: plunging boilersuit and trench coat), red, white, brown and peach.
Then there's a touch of mint (the mini mesh dress with embroidered detail is a definite summer staple) and almond.
The collection is light and youthful, plus there's an effortless attitude to the full looks seen through the soft tailoring.
Kimonos, strappy dresses, scarves, crepe waistcoats and wide leg trousers offer relaxed daywear wardrobe options that will translate to sparkly evening 'dos - even when worn with colourful stripy trainer.
The mirrored sunglasses (a huge trend seen across all the S/S 2015 catwalks so far) by Cutler and Gross are a must-have, because the rose gold/silver lenses work perfectly with the poker-straight glossy tresses.
DAY THREE ON THE CATWALK:
Margaret Howell Spring/Summer 2015
Richard Nicholl Spring/Summer 2015
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