Unfortunately I spent most of the Ashish show trying not to fall of the edge of the 2nd row, as people piled on irresponsibly in a desperate bid to be closer to the 'celeb aura' of Diana Vickers, Paloma Faith and Pixie Lott, who were in front of me, and being very hot. However, there was salvation inside for my late-afternoon fashion grump; the Über-fun, Über-jazzy (as always) offering from Ashish; The Sequinned Rodeo! Bandana-prints made their way onto sequinned mini dresses and trousers, while models stomped down the runway to a pounding M.I.A. soundtrack wearing cowboy boots handpainted with motifs including the logos of McDonalds and Heinz baked Beans (this particular reference seems not particularly 'rodeo' and somewhat puzzling, but appreciated nonetheless.) Fringing has reigned supreme this week in London, and there was no shortage of it here, hitting dramatic lengths on crop tops and trousers. The sight of the feather headdresses really perked up my mood; the 'Indians' wore more native styles while the 'Cowboys' had feathers sticking out from baseball caps, or hanging individually. A cross between the Wild West and Sunset Boulevard, the show was fun, kitsch and I'm sure went down a storm with the pop starlets. Yee-ha!