New season, new home. The first day of London Fashion Week feels like a new beginning thanks to its new home. Gone are the neoclassical surroundings of Somerset House, we are firmly in 2015 with a gritty new home in Soho’s Brewer Street carpark. The first designer to show in the new show space was J. JS Lee. Inspired by street art with graphic, linear lines featuring heavily, it was a fitting way to start the season. The collection had a relaxed, carefree vibe, juxtaposing Lee’s minimalist tailoring signature with sportswear-inspired voluminous shapes. Sombre black pieces were perked up with pastel and bold striped pieces, which were the stand out looks of a very solid collection.