With more than a thousand guests and a star-studded front row, the designer's parade was nothing short of show-stopping.
Held in a cavernous sound stage at Fox Studios, guests were ushered to their seats in the enormous space, which fell to pitch-black darkness before models, such as Alexandra Agoston, strode out in sharply tailored jackets and luxe corsetted bodysuits.
Inspired by Arabian princesses, the look was over-the top glamour, with Perry's signature polish lending an edge of sophistication to the collection.
"It's about gorgeous Middle Eastern women, their strength and their confidence," the designer said.
The colour palette was stark black and white, offset by sandy nudes and sunset hues of blush pink and soft lilac. From form-fitting floor-length frocks to embellished and feathered mini-dresses, it was the elegant evening looks that stole the show.
Perry's A-list clientele are sure to be pleased with the collection. Almost every piece was made for gracing the red carpet, including a number of gowns with billowing skirts and tiers of tulle that recalled the designer's earlier creations.
"I've designed a couple of big dresses, because that's where I first started my career," Perry added, reflecting on his time in the industry.
With short and sweet lace confections to corsets cosseted in tulle, this collection proved why Alex Perry is the label to visit when you want to make an entrance.