Henry Holland's House of Holland is like the British version of Charlotte Ronson's New York show -- a party atmosphere with snap happy cameramen crushing a celebrity packed front row and a runway full of fun, wearable clothes.
This time around Henry looked back, stamping t-shirts with abbreviations like, "S.T.F.U." instead of slogans like, "Get Your Freak On/Giles Deacon." There were stripes, too, like for AW09.
Aside from that, he favored bandanas, whether printed on fabric and wrapped around the body or woven into door knocker earrings and chains (like Chanel, but not).
It was the first Holland show I've been to without Agyness Deyn either walking or watching, but the Girls Aloud stars sat front and center with Alexa Chung, Pixie Geldof and Jade Parfitt-- and that pleased the crowd just fine.