Pam Hogg is one of the hot tickets of LFW, and we were lucky enough to have one. Sitting waiting for the show to start; there was an amazing energy with a celebrity-studded front row with Rose McGowan (who we can confirm was so lovely) sat front and centre. We knew this was going to be a good show because Pam Hogg is the star of LFW.

Of course, Pam Hogg was not the only star at her show. With music icon Roisin Murphy, DJ Jodie Harsh and Alice Dellal taking to the runway setting the mood for an epic show, this was not one to miss.

Hogg presented an eclectic mix of easy separate and stand-alone showpieces. Harsh looked amazing in a soft blue draped pussy bow dress with gold detailing. Murphy rocked a nude tulle bodysuit that was breathtaking. Dellal – a Hogg veteran- rocked a plethora of looks, all were topped off by sky scraping headpieces.

We must also mention, moments in the show where we witnessed a lack of clothes, with models seemly wearing leather straps with padding. Giving the show an oddly historical feel.

Like the previous collection, Hogg seems to build on previous work, with some of the incredible tulle work seen in SS18 reworked and taken to the next level. This was countered by a wild technicolour print seen on trench coats, headpieces and bodysuits.

We loved the dramatic makeup, seen on all the models. elongated eyelashes giving the collection a carnival feel, the Kryolan team excelling themselves for this show.

No matter how exciting, exuberant and exhilarating this show was, at every point, you can see Hogg’s dedication to the craft of her collection. This was, of course, Dr Hogg’s Fantastic Fabulon.

With thanks to the lovely team at POP PR for the amazing opportunity to witness this show.