Giles Deacon sent his black-lipped beauties down the catwalk while the show-closer twirled to an eerie balletic groove. The collection was unmistakeably Elizabethan in origin, the huge white ruffles juxtaposed with flashes of black latex and floppy satin bows. Remove these theatrical flourishes, however, and you’re left with a bunch of highly desirable blazers, capes and kooky pencil and party dresses.
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