US Vogue editor Anna Wintour was among the famous faces on the front row of Christopher Kane’s latest catwalk show.
Presenter Alexa Chung and model friend Poppy Delevingne were also among the guests at the London Fashion Week event.
Chung was wearing a pink dress and grey cardigan from the current Christopher Kane collection.
The Scottish-born designer is known for his subversive approach to fashion.
Recently Florence Pugh and Alicia Vikander have been spotted wear peplum-style dresses, and now Kane is the latest designer to embrace the 2010s trend.
The collection, intended to celebrate his working-class roots, featured a variety of voluminous ruffled peplums on mini and midi dresses and pencil skirts in wool and patent fabrics.
In the show notes, Kane explained the bustles were inspired by tied bin bags and barmaid skirts that create a ‘sultry waddle’.
Some garments had angular shoulders or ‘chopping board collars’ (as Kane termed them) that protruded so high at the back they framed models’ faces.
There was a trio of pink, yellow and grey cheongsam-style gowns with daring thigh slights.
They appeared to be made from floral fabric, but on closer inspection were AI-generated pig, chick and rat prints.
He brought red carpet-ready glitz with metallic minidresses that shimmered as models sashayed down the runway.