Molly Goddard converted the Institute of Contemporary Arts into her very own sandwich factory last weekend for her presentation. Instead of posing, her models were busy in the factory line making sandwiches from white bread, lettuce and tomatoes.

Faustine Steinmetz also showed at the ICA, presenting her collection as an art exhibition in itself. Models were embedded in the walls of the gallery, with various body parts peeping out so you could get a glimpse of the clothes.

The concept of Sophia Webster's show was a mermaid launderette, and that's pretty much all you need to know. 

Part of NEWGEN, Danielle Romeril’s presentation was another highlight. With a palm-tree motif, her collection was inspired by Paradise Lost and a series of photographs taken by Jackie Nickerson entitled ‘African Farmers.’ 

Mary Benson’s show was called somewhat melancholically Letters From The Darkest Corners Of My Heart, and was a dramatic explosion of emotion and colours. The collection had words from her love letters across everything, from the clothes to the glasses.

Fashion East turned 15 years old this season, and Caitlin Price (one of the three chosen designers) was out in force. Sport and evening wear sat side by side as is characteristic of her collections, along with a lot of skin on show to make for an interesting collection.

Rejina Pyo showcased her classic style of bright colours and geometric patterns. Her presentation was in the Pippy Houldsworth Gallery with a backdrop of art, namely Luke Diiorio's Sunset Park series. 

Text by Prudence Wade