With the front row including an eclectic mix of Jodie Harsh sitting snug alongside popette Pixie Lott, PPQ’s status as celebrity favourite was further cemented. Things were kicked off with a series of LBD’s adorned with reams of particularly mustard hued gold fringing. Gold lame inserts added a little flash to simplistic black tube dresses, and an entire lame trench was a real showstopper not to be tackled by the fainthearted. Models teetered out on black (again) patent heels which were rather stripper meets little bow peep, a vertiginous heel adorned with sweet enlarged bows as fastenings. Gorgeously executed wool coats came tiered, tailored, belted and nestling in fur from the collar down to the waist. There was again the very ‘on trend’ combination of black and brown, the latter sneaking its way into the bodice of a dress in subtle satin stripes or as the jacket lapel on what could best be described as a ‘power romper’. One couldn’t help but cite Dynasty as a major influence, but as much as there were shoulders and spandex aplenty, Bodycon often gave way to sweet A-Lines. Molyneaux and Parker added a modern touch with unfussy middle parted hair and the signature drainpipe skinnies were present and correct, this time taking form in the sexiest of black leather and finishing above the naval. There is no doubt that PPQ design what women want to wear, and even if you don’t manage to get your hands on anything, expect to be seeing on a celebrity near you very soon.