The cheerleaders sprung out onto the catwalk in suitably vibrant mood to the (rather predictable) tune of Hey Mickey, you're so fine, before the boys came out paying homage to the US athletic fraternity of American football and baseball. Wearing huge shoulder pads and war paint (passing homage to extrovert US tennis player Bethanie Mattek-Sands perhaps?), the boys were sporting rugby-style striped shirts and Varsity logos.
The girls came out looking sporty too, brandishing baseball bats and gloves, wearing cut-off harem style pants with cuffs at the mid calf. There was also a new take on trackie bottoms with plenty of cuffs, or leggings worn under baggy shorts; hoodies and Harrington-style bomber jackets finished the cool casual look. There was also tons of navy blue, worn with pale pink and ruffle demin Chambray shirts, Afghan scarves providing the finishing flourish.
From the sport's field to the great outdoors, the next look had its heart with exploration and camping - there was even a tent on the catwalk. The models wore safari shades of khaki and beige with accents of red here and there, as well as a nod to the boy scouts (yes, there were woggles on the neckerchiefs). Boots were chunky, as befitting the rambler spirit, with Chelsea boots with bright red elastic detail.
While the boys tried out their scouting skills, the girls were armed with butterfly nets, wearing khaki with accents of soft pink. The show was rounded off with a marching parade and a rousing call-to-action anthem: Follow Me!