Calling all creatives, Paul Smith's Spring/Summer 16 collection was oozing options for daywear with personality. "Lots of my young customers are architects, graphic designers, photographers, and so we've started to attract a lot more creative customers," the designer said backstage. "It's for an independent girl."

Chockfull of vivid colours, and graphic energy, this dress-heavy collection sashayed down the runway in the form of bias-cut separates in heavy fabrics with a beautiful drape. Overall the collection had a minimalist feel with maximum impact ranging from boyish pants to languid dresses. 

Discretely hidden, yet not to be overlooked, details included brightly lined dresses and culottes that teased a flash of colour as they took their turn down the runway – highlighting the collection's tangerine orange colour-way. The collection welcomed languid silhouettes for spring as well as crisscross suspenders – a detail that has been appeared on several London runways thus far. 

Discover the collection in full via our gallery below...