GLITZ and glamour marked Fashion Week '94 yesterday as the final group presentation ended with raunchy party girls in black and brides in virginal white. However, neither lot was in the running when it came to the top attractions of the day. All were short, a few were dumpy and one of them took a tumble - but the youngsters who took part in the morning's Casualwear Show effortlessly won the limelight. Making the most of the pint-sized charmers were Purple Pin Designs whose denim and plaid range also included grown-up styles and Success Manufacturing which lived up to its name with a cheerful, sensible range of casual children's wear. Opening the show with panache was Ownfield whose denim collection for men and women ranged from bustiers to roomy jumpsuits and offered some surprises - long wrap-arounds that turned out to be shorts or miniskirts at the back. Determined to out-dazzle the rest was Kwong Tai Sports Wear with jogging suits in day-glo colours contrasted with black. Making a more lasting impression were Hale Textile's svelte women's co-ordinates in subtle shades of blue, green and brown, and Wenlo Apparel whose snappy skirts and pants, and fleece-lined jackets were perfectly in tune with the country-life look sweeping Europe. First on the runway at the afternoon's Specialty Wear Show, was Chinese Arts and Crafts which startled buyers by fielding a classic English town and country line. The prim tweeds were soon put in their place by a glamorous array which included Goland Fashion's elegant cream and white evening ensembles; Million Creation's exotic tribute to the Arabian Nights; and Starlink's glittering Las Vegas look. Future Wedding Gowns' latest collection for the bride who wants to be remembered is no problem if she goes for that body-hugging number whose barely opaque skirt reveals thigh-high lace stockings.