21/02/2011 06:15 GMT | Updated 22/05/2015 06:12 BST

Catwalk Review: Paul Costelloe A/W 2011/12

Paul Costelloe catwalk Paul Costelloe's a/w 2011/12 show. Photo: Getty Images

DESIGNER: Paul Costelloe

INSPIRATION: All things British, from tartan to 60s chic.

TOP LOOKS: A variety of Harris tweed pieces in bold colours, cashmere wool skater skirts, a 60s inspired box jacket teamed with a floral print maxi and metallic babydoll dresses.

WHO WAS THERE: Evan Davis, Janice Dickinson and some ever so keen fashion bloggers were spotted on the front row.

WHAT WE THOUGHT: The show kicked off with colourful coats and swing music, which underlined the fun and quirky feel of Fashion Week's opening show. Luxury tweed, tartan and herringbone designs were brought to life in shades of emerald and fuchsia, but the 1960s inspired mini dresses made from foiled fabrics were our favourites, not to mention the crimped, pink bobs worn by every model on the catwalk.

See our favourite looks in the gallery below:,feedConfig,localizationConfig,entry&id=984526&pid=984525&uts=1298043555