Lulu Guinness, the purveyor of covetable, exorbitant whimsy, is 20. Okay, she's older than that, but her eponymous line is not, and it celebrated its birthday at the Victoria & Albert Museum, with Katy Perry and friends. As one does.
The Charming: Camilla Rutherford's is the sort of frock that inspires intense envy, and not the fun kind. The festering, malicious, Jacob Have I Loved kind.
The Reshuffle: Katy Perry's twist on basics - okay, more twist than basic - is actually a good idea for her! (Look, personally? I hate. But for her? I get it. And I feel like after exhorting her to less exhibitionism, positive enforcement is the right idea.)
The Lifer: I'm on record in my love of Sophie Ellis-Bextor, who always works with one or two 50's silhouettes to good effect, plus wrote "Murder on the Dancefloor."
View From the Top: Daisy De Villeneuve reimagines High Society via a creepy chateau - always a good idea.
Woman of the Hour: Can we guess who here has made a career of being whimsical? Anyone?
Modern Love: Lucky claims "modern florals" - vaguely 90's-style photographically-based prints in harsh colors - are a NBT. Victoria Hesketh is ahead of this curve, to the extent feathers outrank flowers.
What Say You about Jo Wood's punk Bardot? My hatred of garbage bag leggings warring with my love of sailor ties! It's like a tiny, petty civil war in my heart! And a house divided cannot stand!
Jade Parfitt is reminding me that if you can't say anything nice, you ask, "What Say You?"