Everything about this show and fan group is so ‘un-me’ – but I will try not to be biased! Achingly hip Shoreditch kids queued for hours dressed as clowns, covered from head to toe in gold stars, (move over Amy Winehouse, these people had made an effort). Two fifteen year olds clutch their invitations as though if someone took them away it would be worse than ripping their hearts out. A dedication this strong, even from the younger generation can’t be all hype. After several toffee vodkas we finally made our way into portable Shoreditch. Along with some digital antics we were witness to four collections from young designers. Scott Ramsay Kyle opened with sportmax fluro leggings and feather headresses. Cocoon like duvets with hoods, embellished with school badges held a structured shape. Next we move onto Emma Bell, via a touch of head banging action from The More Assured. Sparkly lurex and pink bubble wrap exploded like candy wrappers down the runway, my favourite piece being a pink jewel encrusted bubble dress. Dharma Taylors collection followed, neon lined cocoon jackets and leather pig masks. Not my favourite. However there was a cute hood with ears, that made the skinny jean sporting 16 year old wearing it look like a dinosaur. Finally we approach Thomas Sels collection which held my favourite piece of the whole show, almost worth the wait, a full length white dress, with a drop back and lovely voluminous layers. Still, while my seat shook from the bass, I quietly enjoyed myself.