It is never a bad thing when a young designer like Elly Cheng is able to evoke memories with a single collection. Who remembers that moment in their childhood when you would pile all your fluffiest toys together for a tea party? Delving in to your own imagination before the need for tabs, gadgets and social network time drainers that we feel we can not live without. Continuing a trend I have seen this graduate season of playfulness, and childhood nostalgia, Elly Cheng created a collection that harks to childhood memories of simpler times when all I ever wanted was a purple unicorn with resplendent horn. Mixing hard and soft will always be a timeless staple in fashion design. Bright and pastel pinks, mint and moss greens, and lilacs all hand dyed bulky sheepskin bound with narrow buckle straps, almost served as security blankets over adult silhouettes of translucent silicone rubber kick flare dresses. Shirts and straight cut trousers added another textural element to the collection, the digital print a wash of gradients as if the drawing ink was spilled and left to dry. I am still waiting for my fluffy unicorn.