Todd Lynn, London's slick cutter of rock 'n' roll tailoring, is upping his game by steady increments. Pants and jackets are his thing, but he's gradually working into a groove that's not so strictly androgynous. It includes leg-lengthening, high-waisted wider-leg pants and now his first dresses, one derived from a jacket that morphs into a fluid skirt, another a form-molding silhouette fitted to the knee. The standout was a glazed black raffia hourglass halter with an integral shearling bolero and a fierce goat-hair fringe at the shoulder. Polished and painstakingly precise, it's a look that stalks the line between edgy attitude and the confidence of luxury.