If there was one designer I'm happy to queue outside in the cold and then scramble to get my seat for, it's Ashish. For the past few seasons, Ashish has stolen my heart and this season he continued to deliver pieces that caused mild palpitations.
A fierce male model, clad in ripped, baggy sequin jeans and a Coca-Cola branded sequin vest, opened the show to Amerie's One Thing. The familiar logos didn't stop there either; luxe sequin bags, reminiscent to the plastic variety of Tesco & Marks & Spencer, were an added twist to already wacky ensembles that we all know and love from Ashish.
Viking crowns sat upon coloured, striped hair - most notably upon the vibrantly coloured head of Chloe Norgaard. Tracksuit bottoms and over sized football polos were plastered with arabic script.
Referencing two of the Hight Streets bastions, Ashish openly mocked our generation of disposable fashion consumers. Aesthetics jokes aside, Ashish nailed it once again with with a King and Queen of the catwalk kiss to seal the deal.