As the models started to flow down the runway in the Topshop Unique Autumn/Winter 15 collection, guests looked on in excitement. After experiencing the full-on teen hysteria outside the venue with crowds gathering and screaming for "Kendall" and "Cara", iPhones clasped in their palms, the mellow sounds of The Smiths and The Strokes were a welcome adjustment.

Sitting front row were the real world's society girls: Cara Delevingne, Kendall Jenner, Jourdan Dunn and Alexa Chung, who were all decked out in similar looks to those walking the catwalk. Taking place at the Tate Britain in London the grand columned backdrop looked as though the models were strutting away from an ancestral country house or the front of a historic boarding school.

The first look to face the music was a jet-black parka with faux fur creeping out of almost every seam, styled over bare legs and a short skirt it kicked off a stream of looks that had all the hallmarks of how this generation of young women dress.

Described as "A style journey from the playful wilds of the English countryside to the extravagance of a gilded cocktail hour," Emma Farrow most definitely portrayed this with the collection consisting of cosy Aran knits, marabou-trimmed and dandelion printed dresses, velvet smoking jackets adorned in intricate beading, and gingham woollen skirts with dangerous slits paired with bulky auburn faux fur scarfs.