Our intrepid fashion team run through their top moments from London Fashion Week. Warning: you might need a lie down after reading through all of this.
Day 1 and 2
What they wore (main image 1): Alex Fullerton (Stylist's fashion director, left) wears Kenzo jumper, Gap jeans, Jimmy Choo shoes and Hobbs jacket and Alexander Wang bag from The Outnet, and Kitty McGee (Stylist's executive fashion editor) wears Kurt Geiger shoes, j brand jeans, Joseph bag and top, cos jacket.
Stylist Fashion Director Alex Fullerton embraces her home for LFW - Ian Schrager's new London Edition hotel. Oh, and just a bottle of Krug from Ian Shrager himself.
Our new lunch spot Berners Tavern, amazingly decadent.
JW Anderson pool sliders - amazing - loving the flat shoe trend for spring.
Spring/Summer 2014 backpack @ whistles - we want it now!
Ashish's quirky "disco" and "S&M" bags brightened up our afternoon.
What they wore (main image 2): Alex, Susan Riley (Stylist's Deputy Editor) and Kitty.
Mulberry showed at Claridges and had THE most adorable dogs walking with the models at the show!
Sophia Webster is one of the most exciting footwear designers around at the moment and represents everything we love about british fashion - she fun, quirky, creative and her presentations are brilliant. This season was bug inspired and was hosted in the gardens of the Topshop Venue at Regent's Park.
The talk of the day was Lily Cole's interpretative dance that opened the Vivienne Westwood Red Label show
Deputy Editor Susan Riley maxing and relaxing mid-shows in our stylist Range Rover
Mr Manolo Blahnik's favourite shoe from next season's collection , super chic.
Jonathan Saunders show was one of our favourite shows of the day - and he hosted a very civilised after-party at Bodegra Negra. In true soho style guests have to enter through a sex-shop style facade before making their way into the Mexican restaurant. We ate quesadillas and drank frozen margaritas. Mmmm.
What they wore (main image 3): Alex, Lisa Smosarski (Stylist's editor) and Kitty.
Marios Schwab’s name in lights at his show at this season’s Topshop venue.
Antonio Berardi’s show was very romantic, he showed at 199 Bishopsgate with a view across the city and into Shoreditch
Next up was Roksanda Ilincic who showed in an equally beautiful location in London Bridge with a view across the city again – the neon set added to the drama of the show and the Nicholas Kirkwood for Roksanda Ilincic booties were amazing!
Erdem’s beautiful monochrome show was showcased to a pianist and cello player, very epic.
What they wore (main image 4): Alex in Theory top, Moschino skirt and Whistles shoes, Kitty in Filles a Papa jacket, joseph shirt, gap cardigan, Goldsign jeans and Camilla Skovgaard heels and Sophie Hulme bag.
We’re embracing anything with ‘survival’ or ‘emergency’ in the title today – like this Kallo fashion week survival pack complete with snacks, Berocca and Khiels lip balm – bliss.
...And this Motilo Fashion First Aid kit – genius!
Anya Hindmarch was the first show today – an ‘out of this world’ inspired showcase of embellished box bags, structured totes and metallic clutches.
Models-cum-athletes at the Stella McCartney for Adidas presentation ran, spun, swam and swung. We were exhausted just watching!