Sharon Wauchob made her début on the London runways with her menswear line that, according to the designer, takes her back to her work experience in Savile Row while studying at Central Saint Martins. So it was inevitable that this collection included tailoring, but it veered towards the feminine with a vaguely retro feel. Shirts were wrinkled with large pointed collars and in some looks were extra-long and/or sleeveless, similar to a dress over trousers. Suits were comfortable with oversize trousers puddling over classic lace-ups or white sneakers. Knits were so thin as to be transparent while many of the looks had a glossy, almost sparkly, texture and a fluid lightness, further placing the intention clearly on ‘feminine’ menswear.