Scott tied it all together, explaining, "I want women to be able to go straight from day to night in hyper-glamour." The fabrics had more texture than usual and Scott mixed them with great ease. There were metallic brocades and rich embroidery. A red cardigan worn with white cropped pants and the chartreuse version over a striped silk shirts and long jersey skirt were a couple of examples. This L'Wren Scott show was not necessarily a cohesive collection but it sure had a wonderful random selection of silhouettes, colors, fabrics and influential decades. Scott has a very hip fan base that keeps expanding and she basically can afford to design her collections her own way.