It was instant love as soon as the first model stormed the dauntingly long catwalk. Set in a deconstructed warehouse setting, Alex Perry showed detailed lace dresses, delicate exposed zips fixed upon the sheerest backs, and the now infamously coveted Tony Bianco x Alex Perry thigh high boots (don’t worry the length comes custom made just in case you don’t posses the legs of a supermodel). Despite the discreet sex appeal that ran through the collection, I derived a distinct conservative, modern Victorian feel that carried each look. I picture the dresses alongside endless bottles of Krug, decadent hanging chandeliers, and a dining table amassed with cavity inducing sweets. Pieces that would slot seamlessly into the vast wardrobe of a modern day Marie Antionette.