At the Autumn/Winter 2009 show for Horace, tough, androgynous punk looks were shown in a mostly monochromatic palette, with shots of bright lime, turquoise and pink and most pieces paired with slouchy, black work-style boots. Standouts for the unisex collection, designed by Adam Entwisle and Emma Hales, included leather jackets and shredded skinny denim, which have become staples of the modern, casual wardrobe. While Entwisle and Hales started their collaboration on Horace about seven years ago with the aim of fusing together London’s punk heritage with traditional Balinese techniques, their label only recently started showing on the catwalk for London Fashion Week. The label has a bright future ahead if it can continue to refine its design identity; pieces are currently stocked at Asos.com and Seven New York. For the finale, instead of doing a traditional linear procession, models gathered at the end of the catwalk, then marched forward together like a fashion-forward gang.