Shift dresses were the go at Michelle Yvette. In silk and sequin they were all grown up from the former New Generation designer who this year had a salon show.
Her designs aren't directional, but they're well made and saleable. Fur added a touch of luxe, everything from a glossy black cape to a purple splash-dyed shrug.
Last year, coats were Yvette's strongest offering, and a purple belted wool cape was my favourite item this season.
But the most consistent offering were the fluid-fitting little numbers, some in power brights and one in peacock tones of swirling sequins.
A black, blue and white graphic print was used in a shift and a ruffle front tunic.
Then there was a little burnt-orange number with pleat skirt and the same colour teamed with black vinyl trim around the hem.
Contrast colour was also used in a navy blazer piped in white and in the teaming of a purple jacket worn with a cashmere fuchsia mini. I liked a darker purple belted wool cape.
Less assured was evening attire, mixing tulle and sewn-on fabric roses.