British fashion designer Holly Fulton turned to the 1960s for inspiration for her autumn/winter 2013 collection.
The Scottish-born designer range incorporated old-fashion glamour with modern relaxed luxury to appeal to today's women on the first day of Hong Kong Fashion Week.
Fulton, who won the Swarovski Emerging Talent Award for Accessories at the British Fashion Awards 2009, is best known for her complex graphic embellishments, interesting twists, and digitally manipulated prints.
For this collection, she chose nude and hues of yellow along with red and pale pinks and blues as the key colours in the range.
Models sported narrow-waisted dresses in luxurious silks. Floral prints adorned many of the designs.
She also featured a-line as well as fitted pencil skirts and added vintage hats to complement the feel of the garments.
A standout piece was a transparent raincoat covered in blue roses.
Looks were completed with red-hot lips, pinned-up or braided hair and natural make-up.
IBTimes UK has a look at some of the best looks from her collection