An apt blend of the UK’s commercial and avant-garde tastes, Alex Mullins had a fantastic runway show earlier today at London Fashion Week. With a strictly duo-chromatic palette, canvas outerwear and satin-sleeved trenches came in both an acidic lemon yellow and rich mustard hue. Mullins made use of blanket stitching to finish off several garment edges, including a loose-cut chambray jacket. Punctuated with large-scale gingham and abstract art motifs, Mullins continued to display his penchant for traditional media. Taking on a more recognizable form compared to the paint splatters of his previous season, the collection ran parallel and expressed a maturation of Mullins’s blossoming talent.