As the closing show of Day II of LC:M, you knew there was something special waiting for us at the Spencer Hart S/S’14 show. Using an all-black line up of models (I’m pretty sure this was the first ever London show to do so), the presentation was an ode to Funk. Moving away from the classic tailoring of Saville Row, Nick Hart gave us a collection which was modern, effortless and very very cool. Based on a quite colour palette of whites, blacks and a splash of midnight blue (which was created by Hart for the collaboration with Mercedes-Benz), looks consisted of lightweight shirts reminiscent of the Arabian thobe, collarless blazers and ankle length trousers. Each model was styled with an edgy groove with open-toe leather sandals, wide-brimmed hats and scarf ties. There was an intoxicating sense of fun typical of Funk as the show was closed by the one and only Clark Peters from The Wire who stared down the front row in what can only be the coolest gaze ever seen on a catwalk. And to top of the event, the finale came in the form of the big reveal of the CLS Shooting Brake – the first ever collaboration of Mercedes-Benz with a fashion house.