It was 6pm on a Sunday evening.
But Louise Gray's startling designs livened things up at London Fashion Week last night.
Towering mohawks, jazzy prints and clashing colours made for an electrifying show.
Taking inspiration from some of her favourite culutural pursuits - 'clubs, nightlife and nail bars' - the the bold Scottish designer put on a dazzling display.
She is one of a number of womenswear designers to feature during the six-day extravaganza.
Others include Christopher Kane, Erdem, Jonathan Saunders, Henry Holland and Roksanda Ilincic.
Describing her style inspirations Gray said: 'Freedom, technology, mirages and sunny days.'
She left the family home in rural Scotland at 17 to study textiles in Glasgow, before moving onto the prestigious Glasgow School of Art to complete her BA in textile design.