After coffee to refuel, we made our way over to The Waldorf Hilton Hotel for Maria Grachvogel, where we met Katie Antoniou of London Plinth. As Yasmin Le Bon and Erin O'Connor scooted past, my excitement peaked.
The collection consisted largely of beautifully cut dresses in aquatic hues, melding into bright chartreuse, jade green, and black, sometimes within one piece; creating an impression of a stormy sea and jagged rocks. The occasional pop of red added contrast.
Every dress, top or trouser shared the same expert draping and gorgeous fluid silk finish. The only distractions from the soft, molten lines of the clothes were the models' hip bones jutting through the fabric. Intentional juxtaposition of spiky and soft? I didn't really care: you could tell they were all tiny-boned and naturally miniscule. However, I couldn't forgive the blonde-haired model for not getting her roots done. That dark stripe on her parting was distracting me from one of my favourite dresses of the show.