Marjan Pejoski's game-inspired presentation left no doubt that unbridled creativity is alive and well in London. A group of children cleverly disguised as a tulle chess set opened the show, their costumes blurring as they spun about madly on a checkerboard floor.

A set of Vegas ladies of leisure followed, appropriately clad in draped jersey dresses with rhinestone accents and bejeweled cartoon characters that were simultaneously endearing and wickedly lascivious (Minnie and Mickey were far too close for comfort on a billowing top, and Felix the Cat seemed too at ease on a tiny bikini). Several net dresses that left nothing to the imagination and a strategically placed bunny-ear top were also part of the madness. The tamer pieces of a highly original collection were denim skirts and jeans with playing-card stitching on the back pockets, slinky pegged trousers, and a baseball jacket with gold sleeves and a plunging neckline.