The debut collection was a joint project of Jayne Pierson and her friend Derek Lawlor and it was part of The Coterie event which also showcases hair-styling in fashion. The event was sponsored by Sebastian Professional which I've covered plenty of times on this blog.
In terms of the clothing designs I simply loved the colour palette and detailing. Bright orange set against soft natural tones was something that I also saw at the Fashion Fringe show. I can definitely see myself wearing that combo next summer. The knots and tassels are another strong theme that ran throughout the collections shown during Fashion Week - we'll all be wearing them next season. I took loads of photos because I was so entranced by the movement of the dancers I wanted to capture as many little moments as I could.
Jayne Pierson has in the past created bespoke pieces for La Roux's tour and counts many celebs as fans. Before becoming a fashion designer she studied performance art and drama and even enjoyed success as a singer and songwriter. I think this background in entertainment as a whole makes for a much better overall catwalk show experience, the whole thing was a more unique performance and I'd jump at the chance to go to next season's show.
Here are a few of my fave pics...