BBC blast made an impression on the runway, fusing inspiration from high fashion designers with youthful and accessible street style. Comprising of young budding designers, a mix of looks came together that could have clashed, but instead displayed an enriched and cohesive feel. Drop crotched Vivienne Westwood inspired trousers slouched in a funky effortless manner for the guys, while Grecian drapes rippled like a silken sea in the girls’ skirts. An aquatic marble print stained the tight fitting dresses, reminiscent of the punk grunge revival that on trend brands such as All Saints and Zara love to play with. The young designers also offered unique ideas of their own, with denim misting into thick cream fabrics. And an air of androgyny marked the walk of the guys, with cropped vests and funnel neck tops mimicking the sport chic style of aqua couture. Giving the collection purpose along with a powerful pose, the t shirt illustrations on show are now on sale through the BBC website, with profits going to Children In Need. So support the cause, whilst aiding your wardrobe with a blast of funky fashion from these talented names to be.