Eyes were out on stalks at the Central Saint Martins graduate shows last week. These were fast and refreshingly fun - bright, sophisticated and wearable pieces rubbed shoulders with eccentric, imaginative constructions that gave Galliano a run for his money. Jack Isenberg won the main L'Oréal-sponsored prize for his roaring scarlet chiffon and lace Krystle Carrington-inspired trousers, regal ruffled shirts and intricately laser-cut tulle and leather dresses. MC Grayson Perry, wearing a bold-print dress designed especially for the occasion by the college's sophomores, was particularly intrigued by Maki Ichikawa's mind-blowing constructions. The Japanese student, who has lived in London for eight years and only wants to design couture because "it is far more personal and meaningful," sent a model wearing a giant metronome down the catwalk. Other names to remember for future seasons at London Fashion Week ? Theo Anastasato, David Komakhidze and Oden Wilson. Today's designers had better watch their backs.