Having made a name for themselves at last season's LFW as the designer's choice of attire on the runway, House of Holland's first catwalk collection...

Having made a name for themselves at last season's LFW as the designer's choice of attire on the runway, House of Holland's first catwalk collection yesterday was a brilliantly satirical collection of slogan tees and dresses. Slogans playing on the names of famous models were printed on oversize t-shirts in neon- bright colour combinations and skin-tight mini-dresses that clearly referenced 90s rave culture, whilst multi-coloured DM-style boots and over-the-knee socks reinforced the mood. With obvious inspiration from Katharine Hamnett, these outfits forego politics for humour- with fantastic results.

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