The designs at Michael Lo Sordo today could have been heaven sent - cloud-like and ethereal, they positively floated down the runway. Michael Lo Sordo's skill lies in his ability to create softly structured pieces - shapes are tailored but not sharp, voluminous but not overpowering.

LOOK 1

Voluminous folds took centre stage, cinched at the shoulder to pull the billowy look together.

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LOOK 2

Saturated in ruby red, the same design was rendered suddenly more dramatic.  

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LOOK 3

Michael lo Sordo grounded light-as-a-feather sheer gowns with a silhouette that borrowed from the classic trench, lapel and all. Silk pleats moved with dreamy fluidity. 

Editor's choice: Rebecca Caratti's standout looks from Michael Lo Sordo

LOOK 4

With swathes of pleated burgundy artfully pulled in at the shoulder and a floor-skimming train, this dress presented a 2015 take on Grecian goddess styling. 

Editor's choice: Rebecca Caratti's standout looks from Michael Lo Sordo

LOOK 5

Under Michael lo Sordo's skilful eye, white could never be boring - and this gown is a case in point. Sheer folds of flowing fabric met their match with softly structured epaulets and a statement neckline.

Editor's choice: Rebecca Caratti's standout looks from Michael Lo Sordo