White isn't exactly a novel idea for Spring but the loose cuts and crisp shirts at Issey Miyake and Louis Vuitton refreshingly contemporary. And the cream casuals from Hermes make me long for the start of Wimbledon.
But fans of The Addams Family need not despair. Yohji Yamamoto wasn't the only designer to favour the dark side. Black was seen across the catwalks in all shapes and sizes.
Mustard, Lemon and Canary shone through the clouds although Thom Browne has you covered if an English Summer is on the cards.
Those looking for more traditional patterns won't be disappointed. Paul Smith and Jil Sander produced strong tailored looks in contemporary checks. Prince of Wales checks have been replaced with oversized windowpanes.
From Balmain's boating blazers to Thom Browne's ticking, it seems everyone is drawing inspiration from deck chairs. Paul Smith's bengal striped shirts are the smartest way to incorporate this Summer trend into a city wardrobe.