Holly Fulton broadened her scope of influences this season, maintaining her Art Deco trademarks but also referencing D H Lawrence’s Lady Chatterley en route to a liaison with her gamekeeper lover. Through structured 30s-style windowpanes, glimpses of Japanese blossom and butterflies could be seen, while later designs looked to the exotic with graphic palm prints on bright blue backgrounds.
The rest of the colour palette was restricted, focused on neon pink, black, grey and gold, with styles equally edited, featuring slim silhouettes and cutaway hems that allowed the prints to take centre stage. As expected from the former jewellery designer, accessories were strong; oversized chandelier earrings, stacked bangles and chokers were particularly covetable.
Elsewhere, there were flashes that diverted from Fulton’s signature style and showed further promise for the future, including an armour-themed metal T-shirt.