“We don’t follow trends here, we set them,” is a phrase that Walters once famously snapped at somebody. The prizes for the most promising tastemakers, then, went to Soyoung Park, scooping the first prize of the L’Oreal Young Talent Award, with Yuhan Wang and Adnan Jalal Salman as first and second runner-up respectively. There was no shortage of exposed breasts or bums, neither was it lacking political statements, which in previous years were expressed by graduates like Tigran Avetisyan, Daniel Fletcher and Ryohei Kawanishi. Philip Ellis heavily referenced the upcoming Brexit referendum, for which he will vote Remain. “There’s a nice patch with David Cameron holding a piglet on it, which references Piggate,” he told us. “Everything is inherently political, but I think fashion, and especially the show, is a really good platform to kind of discuss issues that are important.” Carmen Chan’s gang of half-undressed stickered-up girls with wigs in erogenous zones used the catwalk as an opportunity for feminist protest, through slogans like ‘sex hair don’t care’, written (cutely) on quilts doodled by children, seemingly addressing the larger conversation around the Instafamous nipple and pubic hair debate.