Inspired by 1960's era British writer, and artist muse Caroline Blackwood (who was once described by Poet Robert Lowell as "a beautiful mermaid who dines on the bones of her lovers"-ouch!) the Ruffian Spring 2014 collection was full of English aristocracy-meets-rebellious-youth charm.  

Dark, almost psychedelic florals mixed it up with classic monochromatic minis and slim pastel pants for an exuberant vibe that matched perfectly with the Pink Floyd "We don't need no education" soundtrack of the show.

All images: C.Hope/S.Whittle for Style Wylde.

For more from the Ruffian Spring 2014 show check out the exclusive Style Wylde Backstage beauty report here.