It was a va-va-va-Vegas style outing, with no crystal, shiny fringe or bit of glitter left unturned. Cue barely-there knits, gowns sliced waist high, and lots of peek-a-boo cutouts on shoulders, hips, busts and backs.
Fashion — and flesh — competed for attention with the latter often winning in the form of bottom-grazing dresses with long cowgirl fringes; a curve-hugging white crocheted catsuit with lots of sparkle, and a one-shoulder reptile-print dress iced with sequins.
His most demure look was perhaps his best — a black knit dress with delicate chains running down the front, back and sleeves.
Macdonald said it was Africa that inspired him this season, which would explain the tops and dresses made to resemble shiny crocodile skin.
“I go to Africa but not on my own — I’m there with the Rolling Stones, Madonna, Beyoncé and Kanye West,” he explained. “It’s a rock ’n’ roll interpretation of Africa, Afro-funk — everything you wouldn’t expect.”
Macdonald has always stomped and swirled to his own beat, and this latest collection will no doubt please his attention-seeking clientele.