The weavers of Spitalfields and 17th century Huguenot migrants were the starting point for Sarah Burton's beautiful, romantic folklore-inspired collection at Alexander McQueen. In tea-stained ivory, putty pink and dusty lavender, the washed silk heirloom pieces looked both fresh and somehow aged at the same time. Softly frayed lace and chiffon trims, corseted lace-up bodices and neat, uniform-like leather jackets were decorated with intricately embroidered florals and little ruffles like delicious confections. And the icing on the (wedding) cake? The finale dress in palest shell pink lace, with delicate straps and covered in tiny buttons.