Opening the second day of shows at Fashion Scout was Judy Wu. Guests were woken up by the abrupt sound of loud, high-heeled footsteps followed by an gentle oriental music. This switch in the soundtrack was a sign of things to come, as Wu showed a collection that was a "merge of Shanghai and modernity.
The collection itself was full of A-line shapes including capes, pencil dresses and wide-leg culottes. Wu gave these classic shapes a twist with leather detailing in the shape of mini-clouds secured onto the garments with gold rivets.
Adding to this were the colours of the collection which went from muted autumnal blues and browns to brights like fuchsia and orange-these were accented with clunky booties, thick knitted socks and woven, neon hair-ties and neck-pieces.