Adding an English edge on a ruffle and an alluring appeal on a fluttery printed frock, Bregazzi and Thornton know just how to add a realistic amount of romance to a springtime collection. With contemporary dance as their inspiration, particularly choreographer Michael Clark's style, the Preen by Thornton Bregazzi design duo looked to incorporating a sense of "beautiful romance" into their Spring/Summer 16 collection.

Whilst the colour palette called for pale pink, eggshell, beige, mustard and black, two brightly numbered pieces in blue and orange snuck their way in, stylishly standing out in the form of full lace body-skimming dresses. 

Prints included gingham, sprigged flowers and a geometrical pattern that offset the dainty design of florals on a pink background. 

The collection carried-on the peekaboo off-shoulder trend as seen in many of the collections at New York Fashion Week, with cut-outs and ruffled accents adding another element of modern femininity to the collection. Juxtaposing soft with hard, floaty dresses were well-grounded with flat slides and and brogues in coordinating and some contrasting colours - such as the first exit which featured a pale pink printed frock styled with a pointed pair of black flat shoes. 

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