A flurry of fabulous prints were revealed by Brit favourites Christopher Kane and Paul Smith, but while the former opted for classic cuts jazzed up in flouro brights, Smith's show favoured more muted tones in boyish shapes, which were belted into girl-friendly guises.
The penchant for brights continued over on the Roksanda Ilincic runways, with coral and cobalts debuted in a blend of 70s inspired wide-leg trousers and premiere-ready maxis.
In contrast, up-and-coming Dutch designer Peter Pilotto opted for sporty simplicity in a muted palette, while Nicole Farhi kept with the soft-focus palette debuting a mix of floaty frocks in New Age fabrics and easy-to-wear printed sheath dresses.
Tune in tomorrow for all the latest from the final day of LFW, before we'll be bringing you the best from the front row in Madrid.
By Hayley Spencer