Like Ones to Watch before it, the Kingston MA show certainly drew a crowd. This season has seen a real excitement around new names and graduates with everybody desperate to find the next hot young thing.
The show was opened by Yasmin Siddiqui with clean pieces in grey and nude with flashes of reds and aqua.
Before we could catch our breath we were onto Stacy Grant who continued this seasons love affair with camel, complimenting it with navy waistcoats and blazers.
Raine Hodgson gave us faux fur, khaki and tan accessorised with the come back item of the season, the rucksack. No longer the staple of the rambler and gym bunny, this offering came in leather and tweed.
Menswear designer Faraz Hussain showed painted leather leggings for the boys alongside fringed belts.
While Judy Zhang's chunky symmetrical mirrored jewellery was just the finishing touch to the nude and pale pinks beneath.
Alison Firth developed this seasons 'great outdoors' theme with earthy tones, slouchy socks, and my personal item of the moment. A cape.
Jackie Leung gave us more of what we expect for SS with an all white collection.
Helen Taylor was the second menswear designer showing with well tailored trousers and traditional pieces, given a fun twist with rubber cuffs and structural headpieces.
Victor Chan brought classy, elegant evening wear in deep blues and greens, accessorised with sophisticated gloves and jewellery.
Patricia Osbahr followed with a jet black collection of strong shapes. Shoulder pads and sharp points were her signature.
Modern crisp pieces came from Stephanie Grace Foy. Trousers with transparent panels and perspex accessories made the collection.
Our final designer was Enujin Oh closed the show with masculine shapes, structured shoulders and maxi dresses with cut out sleeves.
The fast paced nature of shows like this with so many designers means you only get a brief glimpse of their work and always wish you could see more.
Images - Nicole Trundle/Vauxhall Fashion Scout