A mechanical swan at the Rowes Museum in the Yorkshire Dales and a Cecil Beaton photograph called "Symphony in Silver" dominated Giles Deacon's inspiration that was shown with elegance and flair. Within all the white and silver, there was some spots of red and black in cygnet prints that went on T-shirt to evening dresses. I loved the laser cut silver leather garments with the perfect shine that was delicious and sleek. Giles also showed a wonderful amount of evening gowns that indicated that he has been selling quite a number of couture pieces. They ranged from the ethereal to theatrical. Giles has a way of showing elegance that can go from sporty to glamorous. These clothes will make any woman who feels like an ugly duckling look like a beautiful swan!