Christopher Kane has moved on from the darkness of his Fall collection, and judging by the shimmering haze of pastels and golden embellishments he's just sent down the runway, the summer's looking pretty bright. Flouncing out to the haunting tones of Lana Del Ray's ‘Video Games', Kane's girls were a perfectly poised assemblage of wispy-haired, fresh-faced young things kitted out in luxurious brocade shift dresses and skirts. The Scottish designer has always been one to inject an element of weird into his overtly beautiful clothes, and this season was no exception: his chunky, flat slip sandals, last seen violating fashion codes at a local beach near you, bordered on the macabre, but worked. Almost every piece of clothing – from the short dresses to the sheer silk jackets and even a pair of ripped jeans – had some sort of flower motif. But before things turned into 'flower power' territory, Kane reined it in by slashing into sleeves, skirts and necklines, and then folding the fabric geometrically to create an ingenious origami effect.