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Post-Galliano what were we to expect? With Galliano's right-hand man Bill Gaytten now at the helm of his eponymous label, all eyes were on what the designer could produce. As it turns out he didn't seem to want to stray too far from Galliano's vision, in fact he stayed quite true to it. Referencing inspirations that Galliano often used, Gaytten presented a collection filled with Mary Pickford and Mary Poppins.

With femininity high on the list there was lots of flounce and frills, sheer sections, rounded shoulders, printed lace and puff sleeves. With models sporting squashed boaters by Stephen Jones, Gaytten stuck to a mostly pastel palette of lemon, mint green and blush pink with flashes of cobalt. Click on to see a video of the collection...