So a little while later and I have woken up enough to continue the story of the fashion show in the Sub Club in Glasgow.
The show opened with Sweet Danger. Born of the mind and hands of Leelah Macauley, this range of negligees and nightwear with an edge had also featured in the Oohfashion show across in Edinburgh.
Lilly Love Lock were next up. I'd met Domonique in her other guise as a model, so was thrilled to see her with her other hat on, as a designer. Her Stars and Stripes playsuit drew cheers from the crowd and her T-Shirts caused a stir as well. Her style has a very accessible edge to it, pushing boundaries without trampling them.
Meemee Couture was a little step beyond with wild golds and unexpected frills. Wild fabrics and interesting designs made for an exciting visual experience.
Jenivieve Berlin Millinery were next up. I'd also seen Jenivieve's work at Oohfashion and before that at Inspire the Attire. Her latest series, lace and chain certainly took the darker theme of the night to the edge, with the models gagged and sometimes bound, the only sign of freedom being the wild explosions of feathers, and colours on the models' heads.
Jennie Loof had also been at Inspire the Attire. Her current collection is a lot more inspired by Scottish styled fabrics but with contemporary cuts and styles.
Following Chouchou Couture's display of Holly Hoods, I will never be able to look at bubble wrap the same again. The hoods made for some interesting visuals with the zombiesque makeup the models were sporting.
Linzi Austin played with fashion in interesting ways, from a full bodysuit with green prison arrows to materials and designs that played with the female form.
Athif Dean took things a step beyond again with one outfit made, it seemed, out of hair extensions, and trousers that trailed goat like hair behind. Plus this gothic dress with an impossibly long train.
Then came the intermission.