I walked into the Dylan Cooper showing on Monday with a string quartet cover of 'Lovecats' (originally by The Cure) blasting through the room as seventeen models stood prim and poised (with killer updos might I add) in front of me. I loved how perfectly the music choice matched the mood and brought together elements of the collection so much so I've attached the song in the hopes of recreating the atmosphere for you. Fresh from his win on Project Runway last year, 21 year old Cooper has shown a maturity and sensibility to the designs in his collection well beyond his years. Clashing statement prints are fused with strong tailoring, clean shapes and form fitting separates while bold brights are contrasted with crushed pleats, sheer blouses and modest cut outs. The Dylan Cooper woman relishes in her femininity, she loves her tailored suits for the day and midi dresses for the evening. The Lovecats cover created a decadent yet dainty parlour-esquire feel, but with a hint of edginess from the modern strings which was exactly what Cooper's debut collection epitomised - feminine yet still dynamic and forward.