The 90s revival is showing no signs of slowing down this year, and this was highly evident at Marques'Almeida where an opening theme of frayed denim was carried through onto other more luxe fabrics then teamed with primary block colours and furs, plus one intriguing silhouette was that of the dress-skirt over matching trousers. This was carried with a mood that had the ease of grunge but crossed with a seemingly nightwear-influenced theme. No, not cami's and slips, but dressing-gown coats and fluffy slipper-esque shoes.

The hair, dreamed up by Duffy for Vidal Sasson was cutely named "night bus hair" - explanation: "greasy roots and lots of texture - like you've just got in after a big night out". Janis Joplin was also cited as an influence for her "raw, effortless cool" - though modernised for AW14. The result was extremely wild and very fluffy, (so fluffy that I could barely separate it from the background in the above runway looks). Duffy recommends to get this lok at home by really overloading your hair with product like a thick mousse and drying with a diffuser, then tucking your hair into your collar a little (another one!).