• All the best catwalk looks from London Fashion Week AW17
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    Sabrina Carder

    All the best catwalk looks from London Fashion Week AW17

    Another season of London Fashion Week may be drawing to a close, but the memories of the beautiful AW17 collections will linger in our minds for some time. This season saw renowned British designers including Burberry, Christopher Kane and Topshop Unique showcase some exquisite designs, which are absolutely worth adding to your wishlist. But it wasn’t just the big labels that presented the prettiest pieces.  Up-and-coming designers Molly Goddard and Ashley Williams shook things up with their exciting new creations and Mark Fast had some surprisingly beautiful new buys up for grabs, too.

  • Vitiligo model Winnie Harlow walks in Julien Macdonald's diverse London Fashion Week show
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    Lauren Sharkey

    Vitiligo model Winnie Harlow walks in Julien Macdonald's diverse London Fashion Week show

    Julien Macdonald is certainly not shy when it comes to showing off the female body. And his AW17 collection showcased today at London Fashion Week was no different.

  • Fashion Week styling hacks to try at home
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    Samantha Simmonds

    Fashion Week styling hacks to try at home

    Shorts and sandals may still feel like a distant dream, but, on planet fashion, we’re already talking about next autumn/winter. So why not get not one, but two steps ahead of the game? We’ve swiped these nifty styling hacks straight from the Fashion Week catwalks. And the best bit? Most of them won’t cost you a penny. Wear Two Coats Feeling the chill? Rejoice, because the likes of Tome and Thakoon have officially made the double coat a thing. ...

  • The history of London Fashion Week: From 1984 to 2017
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    Alison Coldridge

    The history of London Fashion Week: From 1984 to 2017

    London Fashion Week’s come a long way in the last 30something years. Since then, the event’s been re-homed numerous times (the Ritz, Somerset House, Soho’s Brewer Street car park and, now, 180 The Strand are just some of the iconic venues LFW has set up camp in over the past few decades) and the sheer volume of designers showing their upcoming lines has increased significantly. Zhandra Rhodes, Betty Jackson and Ghost are just some of the big names who debuted their collections in the 80s, making a name for both themselves and London Fashion Week.