Celebrated with a retrospective at the V&A towards the end of 2012, Fyodor Podgorny and Golan Frydman proved once again that they were a force to be reckoned with, introducing us to their 'Electric Children'.

A world away from last year's 'Holy Mountain' inspired collection, architectural short suits and structural, silk dresses were the order of the day and of course with the usual dash of spice, this time in the form of brightly coloured feathers and luxurious metallic fabrics.

The avant-garde was kept feminine however as many dresses were made strapless, showing off models bare shoulders whilst the designers also played around with pleating, creating soft lady-like shapes in a multitude of colours.


Things were kept cool with reptile inserts in figure hugging jackets, crop tops and leggings but stealing the show, the design duo added serious edge and a little humour with smiley face scaled skirts and 'FG' emblemed sweaters - sign me up for the sweater with the sheer smile skirt any day.

The looks were finished off with models rocking punky, gelled back locks and rich pink lips as they trotted along in chunky, point toe heels.

For even more electric child loveliness, take a peep at the clip below.