Limi’s girls marched to the sound of Scottish bagpipes, a haunting soundtrack that resonated clearly throughout the collection. Soft rug-like shawls hugged the shoulders, strict celtic capes were relaxed and britches came in loose pleated fabric. In short, it was a gentle deconstruction of strict tailoring and formality. With the oversized proportions, asymmetry, and masculine/feminine interplay, Feu delivered pieces that you could expect to see in the work of her Dad (Yohji). Feu was also her father’s daughter in the monochromatic palette and shirting ideas, whilst still managing to have her own fun with the cosy bedtime floral textiles and cocoon shapes. There is no doubt she made him proud today.