It was as though Liz Taylor in “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” had stopped complaining about her husband and joined a gang, perhaps in a crossover with James Dean. Lorenzo Serafini’s latest collection for the brand was romantic and punk, looking to the young generations with one eye on the ’50s and one on the underground scene. High-waist trousers were paired with a little short-sleeved knit, leather trousers with a biker jacket and houndstooth pants with a fetish bra top. A belted maxi-cardigan became a mini-dress, while the rest of the knitwear was fringed or textured. But the dresses were the main attraction, mainly with a cinched waist. The focus on plumetis gave a touch of romance when paired with ruches, bows, little collars, and emphasised with a multitude of underskirts. Black tulle was combined with a shower of swarovski crystals for shorts and mini-dresses and made the night even darker.