Top fashionistas and style influencers packed into Belfast's popular Panama restaurant yesterday to be part of the media launch of the 2019 Spring/Summer Fashionweek.
Dayglo glamour is one of the sizzling hot trends flagged up by the Fashionweek insiders.
Hot eye-popping neon colours join boiler suits, intricate lace, high-end artisanal craftwork, frou-frou feathers and fringes, corduroy, cycling shorts and 50 shades of cool beige as some of the fashion forward must-haves of the 2019 season.
It's the 27th Fashionweek season, said Fashionweek organiser Cathy Martin as she got this year's prestige launch programme under way.
Fashionweek begins on March 29 - Brexit Day - with a high-octane trendsetting catwalk fashion show in the city's St Anne's Cathedral.
"If Brexit goes ahead then what I want Fashionweek to be is relief" said style guru Cathy.
"For us, the show must go on!"
The Friday kickoff extravaganza - the gateway to a week-long catalogue of showcase style events - will feature fashions from a host of style conscious international brands and boutiques, including Zara, Mango, Blush, Asos and Top Shop.