On 16 September 2012 Philip Treacy made an explosive return to London Fashion Week with a star-studded Swarovski-sponsored show featuring a line up of all black models. Acclaimed stylist Katy England chose to dress the girls in key pieces from Michael Jackson's iconic stage wardrobe, which complimented the incredible, gravity-defying headwear on display. The show - which kicked off with a suprise turn on the catwalk by Lady Gaga - aimed to capture the energy and confidence of some of Treacy's most committed shoppers. 'I love African girls, and I love Michael Jackson - he's the ultimate African-American entertainer,' Treacy told WWD. 'The show was also based loosely on the contrast between white women who come into my shop, try on a hat, and then look at me for reassurance - and black women. They'll put on a hat and think, 'I look great!' They have a different sense of exuberance, an inner exuberance.' In celebration of the fierce attitudes and fabulous fashion on show at the event, Nick Knight and Ruth Hogben collaborate on Hatstand, an energizing film featuring model Grace Bol.