Following the intermission we were dropped into true fashion madness. Fun and wildly OTT, Isla Scott's designs now graced the catwalk.
The models makeup then became the star again as they accentuated the tribal headdresses of Fair Feathered Friend, the Dia de Los Muertos designs were well suited to the halloween influence on the evening.
Eleanor's Riot then came out to play, a delicious series of outfits with a decidedly retro and almost doll like look to them.
This was followed by cartoons and android women in the guise of Velvet Elvis's fabulous designs.
Helena O'Neill's work was striking in the contrast. Dresses and and jackets that seemed to have flowed like paint and water over the models and a coat that could have been straight out of the Matrix.
Aimee Donofrio was next up, asymmetry ruled here, with clothes cut oddly and unexpectedly. Given the night's theme this kind of jarring style almost had an air of menace to it.
The final entry in the show was a combined effort by Bonnie Bling and Raksa. This was a full on tribute to darkness and horror, ending the night with a steak knife in the head.
Shoes were by Dawntroversial. I should also mention the discordant and moody music that fitted the show perfectly as well, rising and falling to take us through the night. The only thing I could have done without was the strobe lighting that sometimes lasted just long enough to be uncomfortable...but I guess that was the intention.