The huge grid of flashing gold lights at the end of the runway was a tantalising clue of what Gareth had up his sleeve for us this season. Iconography was the theme, from the zips forming a crucifix across each model’s chest to the repeated triangles, ethereal hoods and use of gold. As ever, there was Pugh’s signature sharp angular tailoring, spiky shapes and black leather folded like origami, however with the introduction of a vivid ‘highlighter pen’ blue and billowing chiffon capes and skirts he showed a softer, more feminine side of his uncompromising aesthetic. A gold drenched finale came in stripes and full on disco ball dresses and leggings, with dazzling reflections going everywhere. Throw in some blue LED’s in the model’s mouths and plastic eyeshadow and you have a stunningly futuristic vision from a designer who keeps moving things forward.