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Day 4 9.45am: ROKSANDA ILINCIC Ilincic showcased her Spring/Summer 2014 collection in the surroundings of London Bridge Quarter. Her designs put the geo trend back into the forefront of our minds for next Summer – it’s not over yet! The bold Crayola colours were a breath of fresh air after the ‘pastels, pastels and more pastels’ situation we are more than used to now for Spring/Summer – fingers crossed next year will be the year of no pastels! Illincic has focussed on structure and minimalism for this season, creating bold lines with geometric prints on tunic style dresses and laser cut neoprene patterns decorating skirts. There was, however, an element of feminism that helped balance Ilincic’s statement – queue the embellished 3D flowers, the CUTEST bow heels ever and cinched in waists on dresses to provide a womanly silhouette. This is minimalism at its maximum – a wearable collection that allows women to look less cutesy, more ‘fashion’ for Summer. I predict the high street will definitely imitate the petal embellished jacket and I will …