Where would fashion designers be without Blade Runner, with its mix of old and new Japanese imagery, hard, glossy make-up and replicant punks? In fashion, as in film, the future looks Oriental, be it a cheongsam from Chinatown, or Imperial Blue lacquered nails. Styling by Sophia Neophitou. Photographs by Sandro Sodano
Gold cheongsam dress, pounds 53, from Singalong, 110 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1; black lace mules, pounds 160, by Martine Sitbon for Stephan Kelian, 48 Sloane Street, London SW1; black lace-top stockings, pounds 3.99, and red suspenders, pounds 25, all from Agent Provocateur, 6 Broadwick Street, London W1; mail order, ring 01483 268 888 Right gold damask stretch top, pounds 195, by Alexander McQueen, from Liberty, Regent Street, London W1

1920s hand-painted kimono, pounds 175, from Cornucopia, 12 Upper Tachbrook Street, London SW1; red tulle knickers, pounds 20, matching underwired bra, pounds 35, and matching suspenders, pounds 25, all from Agent Provocateur, as before; red thorn high heels, pounds 300 by Prada, 43-45 Sloane Street, London SW1; black stockings, pounds 3.99, by Jonathan Aston, from department stores nationwide

Lime green satin scarf, worn as a bandeau, pounds 70, by Audrey Ang, from The Cross, 141 Portland Road, London W11; china blue wrap skirt with white embroidery, pounds 980, by Dolce & Gabbana, 175 Sloane Street, London SW1; red thorn high heels, as before Hair Nicholas James at Premier for Zoo

Make-Up Charlotte Tilbury

Model Helen Williams at Storm