Set in a house of Belgrave Square, it was a cosy, living room type venue. Greeted at the door by a Bailey’s on Ice (ideal for the hangover) we were then shown up to our seats. There we were served a fantastic array of sumptuous canapé’s, at one point I stalked the waitress around the room to grab another tuni sashimi. The show itself ran very late, as they waited for the finish of Roksanda, which ran over, and was keeping the crowds away. Eventually the show commenced, to my amazing surprise, with Alex Wek, one of the true supermodels. Wearing a simple cream coat that flattered her incredible skin tone, it was a great way to start what was a relatively low key show. Kimmie explains the collection marks the moment when a girl become a woman, a right of passage, hence the title ‘The Debutante’. A white blouson sleeved shirt, black feathered clutch bag, and a white oversized blazer with a pleated skirt. A slinky fresh white dress, teamed with prom style shoes and a clutch, reminds me of my first ball outfit! Silver and cream bubbles with bows at the back make fine necklaces. A few more zany outfits appear, where head to toe florals are printed, onto tights, bags and shoes. Maxi dresses in sheer chiffon, a head to toe aqua outfit, trousers, blouse and clutch bag, in blue. One of my favourite pieces from the collection was a blue suit, consisting of dangerously wide calotte trousers and a simple navy jacket. The finale was an appearance by Wek once again, wearing a somewhat unflattering, but intricate black dress with silver detailed twists. Lovely, sweet and pretty.