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Keep track of highlights from the London Fashion Week spring/summer '17 shows, frows, parties and backstage...

South Place - a stylish haven for Fashion Week 

Heading back to the comfort of the South Place hotel after back-to-back shows was the ultimate luxury for Fashion Director Alexandra Fullerton - read her review here.

South Place

South Place

Marques Almeida

What a way to cheer off LFW. The young label used Instagram to cast models and invite fans to the show - a mix of their signature raw denim, rock influences and a hint of baroque.

marques almeida

Marques Almeida spring/summer '17

Day four at LFW: Alexandra Fullerton reports from the front row

Mega Monday at LFW is full of our city's biggest names and dazzling talent with the power to pull in Anna Wintour. Day four started with Antonio Berardi. It was slick, strictly tailored but beautiful in a plum and navy colour palette. The exquisite feather trims and crystal details gleamed in the morning light.

Antonio Berardi

Antonio Berardi spring/summer '17

Antonio Berardi

Antonio Berardi spring/summer '17

Antonio Berardi spring/summer '17

Roksanda was polished and chic with those feather trims appearing again while Erdem showed a collection of delicate nostalgic florals, ruffles and a palpable sense of yearning - for the past, and for love lost.

roksanda and erdem

Roksanda (L) and Erdem spring/summer '17

Another designer that has become a member of the so-called New Establishment is Christopher Kane. With a front row that included Salma Hayek, the entire fashion world were in shock to see most of the looks styled with, wait for it, Crocs. The anti-fashion shoe got a luxe make-over with gobstopper minerals and crystals attached to them and divided the fashion world in the process. Would you wear them?

Christopher Kane

Crocs at Christopher Kane

The big finale of Mega Monday was Burberry. At 7.30pm they unveiled their brand new operating model, which combined the men's and women's catwalk collections in one show that was all available to buy immediately. 

burberry

Burberry spring/summer '17

As the fashion world speeds up, this see now, buy now concept is becoming an obvious answer to the problem of customers seeing clothes months before they are actually on sale. It's certainly not for every label - only super brands like Burberry with the resources and capital can take a risk like this - but it added an exciting angle to an already brilliant day. We can't believe the shows will be over on Tuesday!

Detail: Burberry

burberry

Detail: Burberry spring/summer '17

Watch the Burberry show:

Front row stars at London Fashion Week

  • Cara Delevingne

    Going for gothic glamour in a black cape mini dress at the Burberry show.

  • Jenna Coleman

    The Victoria star looks regal at Burberry.

  • Lily James

    In a grey silk wrap dress for the Burberry frow.

  • Freida Pinto

    In a blush pink dress and patterned blue coat at the Burberry show.

  • Edie Campbell

    In a signature Burberry mac at the show.

  • Erin O'Connor

    In a sensational Burberry coat for the show.

  • Samantha Cameron

    In a stripy shift dress for the Burberry show.

  • Julia Hobbs and Victoria Beckham

    Dressed to party at the Vogue - Voice Of A Century book launch.

     

  • Foxes, Ellie Goulding, Pixie Lott, guest, Sai Bennett and Serayah McNeill

    Going bright and bold at Temperley London.

  • Ellie Goulding

    In a lace and leather combo at Topshop Unique on Sunday.

  • Anais Gallagher

    Noel's daughter arrives for the Topshop Unique show.

  • Ella Eyre

    Teaming her metallic bandeau top and belted trousers with a blue lip at Topshop Unique.

  • Alesha Dixon

    In a navy dress with cutaway shoulders for the Topshop Unique show.

  • Olivia Palermo

    She was prolific at New York Fashion Week and has now flown in for the London shows.

    She's keeping it casual in a green polo neck at Mary Katrantzou.

  • Eva Herzigova

    Elegant in rainbow checks at Mary Katrantzou.

  • Zayn Malik and Gigi Hadid

    Heading out after watching the Versus Versace show on Saturday evening.

  • Jourdan Dunn and Winnie Harlow

    Both in Versus Versace for the show.

  • Frances Bean Cobain

    Co-ordinating with the show invitations at Gareth Pugh.

  • Will.i.am and Fergie

    Catching up at the Gareth Pugh show.

  • Alexa Chung

    In a shiny leather blazer and faded denims for th J.W. Anderson show.

  • Pandemonia

    Dishing it out at the Pam Hogg show.

  • Fearne Cotton, Laura Jackson and Laura Bailey

    At the Molly Goddard show.

  • Ella Eyre

    In a House of Holland dress and Phiney Pet faux fur coat for Henry Holland's show.

     

  • Fearne Cotton

    Another show, another dress - the space-theme is for House of Holland.

  • Kara Rose Marshall, Caroline Flack, Fearne Cotton, Nicola Roberts and Leigh-Anne Pinnock

    Studying the models at House of Holland.

  • Kara Rose Marshall and Caroline Flack

    Brightening up the House of Holland frow.

  • Pixie Geldof

    In a cactus vest and jeans at House of Holland.

  • Nicola Roberts

    Teaming her dancing girl emoji dress with a sharp little leather jacket at the House of Holland.

  • Fearne Cotton

    Earning her fashion stripes ahead of the Julien Macdonald show.

  • Foxes

    Topping off her chic black outfit with a pastel pink blazer at  Julien Macdonald.

  • Abbey Clancy, Tom Daley and Fearne Cotton

    Fearne's changed into a dark plum dress, while Abbey's in a shimmering wrap dress, at the Julien Macdonald show.

  • Alexa Chung

    In a leather pencil skirt and slouchy logo tee at Ashley Williams.

  • George Barnett and Pixie Geldof

    Engrossed in the action at Ashley Williams.

  • Amber Le Bon

    In a space-themed dress at the DAKS show.

  • Ella Eyre

    In an intricate Bora Aksu dress at the designer's LFW show.

  • Alicia Rountree

    In a flowing lemon yellow gown for the frow at Bora Aksu.

  • Amara Karan

    Shoulder robing at Bora Aksu.

  • Kate Moss

    London Fashion Week is here and Kate Moss still loves leopard print - happy days.

    She's at the launch of Charlotte Tilbury's first fragrance Scent Of A Dream.

  • Caroline Flack

    In a khaki green slip dress with lace detail at the Stradivarius bash

  • Mollie King

    In grey high-waist trousers and vest top at the Aquascutum show.

  • Hailey Baldwin

    In black cropped flares and a sleek choker to host the attends the Stradivarius cocktail party The Event Paper.

  • Maad Moiselle

    We've seen plenty of chokers at Fashion Week but this "CEO" one is our fave.

  • Ella Eyre

    Matching her bag with her dress at the Stradivarius party.

  • Amber Atherton

    In a button-up denim skirt with floral motif at the Stradivarius party.

  • Georgia May Foote

    In a layered rainbow mini dress at the V By Very London Fashion Week party.

  • Daisy Lowe

    In a sheer floral dress at the V By Very London Fashion Week party.

  • Donna Air

    Going bold and bright at the Very party.

  • Rosie Fortescue

    In a Very dress with studded cape sleeves at the brand's bash.

  • Portia Freeman

    In a stripey jumpsuit with cutaway shoulder at the Very party.

Christopher Kane

Less controversial than the crocs were the lurex and sheer dresses, slouchy knitwear held together with pins and arty embellishments.

Christopher Kane spring/summer '17

Christopher Kane spring/summer '17

Sophia Webster

Pretty flamingoes and eye candy at Sophia Webster's Dolly Birds of Paradise show...

Sophia Webster

Sophia Webster spring/summer '17

Sophia Webster spring/summer '17

Sophia Webster spring/summer '17

Sophia Webster spring/summer '17

Sophia Webster spring/summer '17

Erdem

On a grey Monday morning in London, hair maestro Anthony Turner helped bring Erdem Moralioglu's shipwrecked vision to life with imperfect braids hung low at the nape of the neck and balanced with flyaway strands framing the face.

Erdem

Erdem

Anna Wintour heads backstage...

Erdem

Anna Wintour backstage at Erdem

Roksanda 

Decadence and comfort marry up at Roksanda through rich, earthy tones and tactile flowing fabrics.

roksanda ilincic

Roksanda Ilincic spring/summer '17

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Backstage beauty notes from Sunday's shows, by Beauty Coordinator Giselle La Pompe-Moore

Dewy skin is here to stay 

We’ve been strobing and non-touring our way into SS17, such is the desirable effect of healthy-looking dewy skin. Let’s face it, we all want that effortless radiant glow without any physical exertion or overheating. Today at London Fashion Week it manifested in a few different ways.

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou

First stop was Preen where Val Garland focused on achieving gorgeous skin to act as the perfect base for the flower tattoos. Mary Katrantzou followed suit with Lynsey Alexander opting for glossy skin aided by the beloved MAC Strobe Cream. Up next was David Koma with NARS UK Make-up Ambassador Andrew Gallimore who created a flawless sun-kissed look with NARS Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturiser and the new for Spring 17, Soft Matte Complete Concealer. Speaking of concealer, I can’t wait to get my hands on this after a quick swatch backstage revealed it had amazing coverage that’s not dry or heavy.

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L-R: Mary Katrantzou and Preen

It’s all in the accents

With fresh dewy skin providing the base for most of the looks today, the detail came via the accents that were worn on top.

  • Preen’s flower tattoos were delicately adhered to the skin with DUO Adhesive, also known as the wonder glue that can do no wrong. 
  • At Mary Katrantzou, the matte lips came in orange, pink and red hues, all lined with a red lipliner for continuity among the three shades. 
  • There was no mistaking the look of new wave glamour with the glossy reddish brown lids at Topshop Unique.
Topshop Unique

Topshop Unique

Charlotte Olympia 

Tropical delights...

Charlotte Olympia

Charlotte Olympia

The models were dressed as fruit...

Charlotte Olympia

Charlotte Olympia

Or they were carrying it...

Charlotte Olympia

Charlotte Olympia

Temperley London 

More rainbow-bright nostalgia at Temperley London, where the label's signature prints and floaty dresses took on a lighter, glitzier feel - a '70s-inspired beach party for ultra-glamorous VIPs.

Temperley London

Temperley London spring/summer '17

The label embraced the shop the runway trend through app Vero. The three spring/summer '17 outfits available to buy are:

  • printed dress - £895
  • embellished jumpsuit - £1,695
  • embroidered top - £695

On the Temperley London frow...

Sascha Lilic, Ellen Von Unwerth, Foxes, Ellie Goulding, Pixie Lott, guest, Sai Bennett and Serayah McNeill a

Foxes, Ellie Goulding, Pixie Lott, guest, Sai Bennett and Serayah McNeill

Mulberry

"Classic, but unclassic," says Mulberry's creative director Johnny Coca. "There's always a reference to British heritage, but it's about how we can use tradition, to make it feel modern. How we can break the rules, to make it new."

Fitting, then, that the famous bag maker showed its ready to wear collection at the Printworks - the first time the iconic former printing factory has been used to host a fashion show. A muted, wintery palette let the "unclassic" elements shine, with statement ruffles and preppy stripes dominant themes in the collection.

Mulberry

Mulberry spring/summer '17

Back to school bags...

Mulberry

Mulberry spring/summer '17

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Peter Pilotto

Serious holiday vibes at Peter Pilotto:

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Topshop Unique

New wave glamour with a nod to the '80s at Topshop Unique.

Topshop Unique

Topshop Unique spring/summer '17

The shoes...

Topshop Unique spring/summer '17

Topshop Unique spring/summer '17

On make-up, Hannah Murphy custom blended sultry eyes, a hint of plum blush on the cheeks and finished with a dab of mink on the lips.

Mary Katrantzou

A splendid kaleidoscope of '60s prints with hints of ancient Greece at Mary Katrantzou.

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou spring/summer '17

Our kind of armour...

mary kazantrou

Mary Katrantzou spring/summer '17

Beauty notes from Mary Katrantzou, by Beauty Coordinator Giselle La Pompe-Moore

I’ve always had a thing for Ancient Greece, especially the beauty regimes. The women used all manners of soap, pomades and olive oil mixes to achieve a golden shine to their long, wavy hair. So it’s no surprise that at Mary Katrantzou these influences came through in a collection with an Ancient Greek aesthetic. 

Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou spring/summer '17

Indira Schauwecker for Toni & Guy loosely wrapped the hair around the barrel of a curling tong to achieve the glossy waves. Label M’s Therapy Oil was used to separate the curls and give the ends a glossy, wet look. This all made for an envy-inducing mane of soft and loose Grecian waves.

Preen by Thornton Bregazzi 

Flower power

Anya Hindmarch

A space-age finale at Anya Hindmarch, a show all about art and geometry and those delicious macaroon-esque pastel colours.

 

 

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LFW day two, by Fashion Director Alexandra Fullerton

When you spend your teenage years wandering round the shops on the weekend, Saturday at the shows is the dream. Watching fashion shows, all day, then dinner, drinks and fashion chat into the small hours is the ideal. We might all be missing our families at the weekend but there isn't a better way to spend it if you're into clothes and shoes and bags and jewellery.

After an exciting first day, Saturday at London Fashion Week kicked off with Fashion East - a show which presents three newcomers in a row. This time round Matty Bovan (the recent Central St Martins graduate and favourite of super stylist Katie Grand) opened proceedings with a rainbow neon, mesh and crystal collection accessorised with clay earrings made by his mum, Plum. The raw energy was what London fashion week should be all about - remember his name. 

Fashion East

Fashion East spring/summer 17

Henry Holland was celebrating his tenth year and did so with a collection of gingham ruffles, sections of floral silk spliced together and a finale of his signature slogan t-shirt "I'd pay a million for a night with Ashley Williams" being one of the tamer versions.

House of Holland spring/summer '17

House of Holland spring/summer '17

House of Holland spring/summer '17

House of Holland spring/summer '17

Backstage, Toni & Guy’s International Artistic Director told me that he wanted to channel the lived-in aesthetic of a traveller. That meant lots and lots (and lots) of sea salt spray roughly dried and tied in a loose ponytail at the nape of the neck. Dreamy.

More: Front row stars at London Fashion Week

Late afternoon, Simone Rocha showed in the divine space of Southwark Cathedral. There was dreamy chiffon, rich embroidery covered in plastic, and a palette of white, black and red but the styling - coats worn off the shoulder and tied round the back - were a styling tip to take away for spring.

simone rocha

Simone Rocha spring/summer '17

The shows ended with Versus Versace. Bella Hadid opened the show while big sister Gigi and her boyfriend Zayn Malik watched from the front row. The clothes were tough, khaki and black leather, with a uniform twist - epaulettes and caps looked cool.

After dark we headed over to members club 5 Hertford Street, along with a huge contingent of international press, to celebrate the opening of Red Valentino's Sloane Street store before toppling into bed. Day two, done.

Backstage beauty, by Beauty Writer Shannon Peter

The new nail trend emerging from Fashion Week: Nail jewellery.

Forget the classic pillar box red. Ditch that glossy black polish. Nudes? No thanks. There's a new class of manicure emerging from the SS17 shows and I'm not sure I want to wait until next year to try out... Nail jewellery. Nails flecked with gold, foiled with silver, lined with glitter.

The inner magpie in me wants it all. Its a trend that first appeared in New York at the Rodarte show where Tracy Lee lined the models' cuticles with chunky gold glitter polish that offset a sophisticated beige mani. 

rodarte

Rodarte

At The Blonds, the models had the shiniest silver nails, you could almost see your reflection in them. Ideal for lipstick reapplication. Just me? At 3.1 Phillip Lim, the coolest nail artist in town, Madeleine Poole, was inspired by the silver zips and studs of the designer's collection, and so created this textured silver nail look by haphazardly swiping the nails with silver polish.

And today, at the House of Holland show in London, nail artists Sophy Robson patted flecks of gold leaf on the tips of the nails that twinkled under the bright light of the catwalk.

nails

Henry Holland

Hair denting: The new technique to perfect

Sorry if you've only just perfected the perfect tong curl, but there's a new hair technique to get to grips with that will give you the ultimate wavy texture - hair denting. It's a tip I picked up backstage at Emilia Wickstead, where Luke Hersheson wanted to create a texture much cooler than a perfect curl and so began 'denting' the hair.

hair dent

Backstage at Emilia Wickstead

Picking up 3-inch sections, he clamped a straightening iron halfway down the hair and bent it away from the head, before clamping lower down the hair and bending it towards the head. He continued this throughout the hair selecting random sections to clamp and bend. The result, a series of hair dents that create the look of soft, cool, skater-girl waves. 

emilia wickstead

Emilia Wickstead spring/summer '17

The secret to a perfect complexion? Moisture mapping?

Just one step into the backstage space at Emilia Wickstead, and the gaggle of beauty journalists with myself included were oohing and ahhing at just how radiant the models' skin looked. Now, this is a rare sight to behold considering these girls run from show to show, only to have a shed load of make-up thrown at their faces and then pulled off again. But at Emilia Wickstead, the girls simply looked like they had stepped straight out of the spa. You know, that post-facial glowy skin that just exudes health that just isn't easy to replicate at home. Until now. 

Sisley's UK make-up ambassador Tania Grier let us in on her secret.

"Its moisture mapping." she said, "I'm applying different products to different 'zones' of the face to pick up highlights, to smooth or to mattify." And the best part? You don't need a scrap of make-up to achieve it. 

  • Start with a light moisturiser across the entire face but massage into cheeks to really get the product to sink in
  • Then take a blurring product (a silicon-heavy primer like Smashbox's Photo Finish Primer would work well) and gently pat this down the bridge of the nose and across the chin to take down the shine in these areas
  • The final step is to take a heavier cream or even a oil-based serum (Grier used Sisley's Double Tenseur for its lifting effect) and sweep this from the temples to the apple of the cheek - the perfect spot for faking that dewiness. 

Backstage skin nourishers

Julien Macdonald

Model of the moment Hailey Baldwin opened and closed the show, with Macdonald's models covered in a shimmering body oil and sporting untamed, wet-look hair to accompany the designer's famous mix of sexy cutaways and excellent craftmanship.

Julien Macdonald

Julien Macdonald spring/summer '17

Mother of Pearl

A just-kissed beauty look for an 80s-inspired collection with plenty of denim, ruffles, drop waists and oversized slouch. Think a young Princess Diana on her days off.

mother of pearl

Mother of pearl spring/summer '17

Lol at Fashion Week - even the disposable coffee cups are designer

Mother of Pearl created this year's bespoke design for LFW sponsors Lavazza...

mop

Backstage at Mother of Pearl

Mani goals

Shrimps

Little House on the Prairie meets swinging '60s at Shrimps.

shrimps

Shrimps spring/summer ’17

Sadie Williams

Jester-like blocks of bright colours and a sporty feel at Sadie Williams. Playful accessories came in the shape of shoelace adornments, wrapped cord earrings and huge hair bows.

Sadie Williams

Sadie Williams spring/summer ’17

A strong beauty look was required for the collection - cue smudgy kohl eyes and black-tipped blue nails...

spring/summer ’17

Sadie Williams spring/summer ’17

Ashley Williams

Logo-tastic.

ashley williams

Ashley Williams spring/summer '17

ashley williams

Clara Paget, George Barnett, Pixie Geldof and Alexa Chung at Ashley Williams

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Ryan LO

Pretty clown make-up at Ryan LO's glitzy rainbow-bright show, inspired by a mish-mash of themes ranging from anime pirates, Victoriana and the New Romantics.

Ryan LO

Ryan LO

Bora Aksu

Woodland nymph flower crowns topped of Bora Aksu's romantic spring/summer '17 collection - a bright and nostalgic homage the designer's picture-postcard upbringing on Turkey's Aegean coast.

bora aksu

Lace, ruffles and flower crowns at Bora Aksu

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Aquascutum

What better way to change the pace from New York (and embrace the London rain) with a cosy "at-home" presentation by mac maestros Aquascutum.

Aquascutum presentation

Aquascutum

Swedish School of Textiles 

Summer coats take a voluminous turn....

Swedish School of Textiles

Swedish School of Textiles

Front row stars at London Fashion Week

  • Cara Delevingne

    Going for gothic glamour in a black cape mini dress at the Burberry show.

  • Jenna Coleman

    The Victoria star looks regal at Burberry.

  • Lily James

    In a grey silk wrap dress for the Burberry frow.

  • Freida Pinto

    In a blush pink dress and patterned blue coat at the Burberry show.

  • Edie Campbell

    In a signature Burberry mac at the show.

  • Erin O'Connor

    In a sensational Burberry coat for the show.

  • Samantha Cameron

    In a stripy shift dress for the Burberry show.

  • Julia Hobbs and Victoria Beckham

    Dressed to party at the Vogue - Voice Of A Century book launch.

     

  • Foxes, Ellie Goulding, Pixie Lott, guest, Sai Bennett and Serayah McNeill

    Going bright and bold at Temperley London.

  • Ellie Goulding

    In a lace and leather combo at Topshop Unique on Sunday.

  • Anais Gallagher

    Noel's daughter arrives for the Topshop Unique show.

  • Ella Eyre

    Teaming her metallic bandeau top and belted trousers with a blue lip at Topshop Unique.

  • Alesha Dixon

    In a navy dress with cutaway shoulders for the Topshop Unique show.

  • Olivia Palermo

    She was prolific at New York Fashion Week and has now flown in for the London shows.

    She's keeping it casual in a green polo neck at Mary Katrantzou.

  • Eva Herzigova

    Elegant in rainbow checks at Mary Katrantzou.

  • Zayn Malik and Gigi Hadid

    Heading out after watching the Versus Versace show on Saturday evening.

  • Jourdan Dunn and Winnie Harlow

    Both in Versus Versace for the show.

  • Frances Bean Cobain

    Co-ordinating with the show invitations at Gareth Pugh.

  • Will.i.am and Fergie

    Catching up at the Gareth Pugh show.

  • Alexa Chung

    In a shiny leather blazer and faded denims for th J.W. Anderson show.

  • Pandemonia

    Dishing it out at the Pam Hogg show.

  • Fearne Cotton, Laura Jackson and Laura Bailey

    At the Molly Goddard show.

  • Ella Eyre

    In a House of Holland dress and Phiney Pet faux fur coat for Henry Holland's show.

     

  • Fearne Cotton

    Another show, another dress - the space-theme is for House of Holland.

  • Kara Rose Marshall, Caroline Flack, Fearne Cotton, Nicola Roberts and Leigh-Anne Pinnock

    Studying the models at House of Holland.

  • Kara Rose Marshall and Caroline Flack

    Brightening up the House of Holland frow.

  • Pixie Geldof

    In a cactus vest and jeans at House of Holland.

  • Nicola Roberts

    Teaming her dancing girl emoji dress with a sharp little leather jacket at the House of Holland.

  • Fearne Cotton

    Earning her fashion stripes ahead of the Julien Macdonald show.

  • Foxes

    Topping off her chic black outfit with a pastel pink blazer at  Julien Macdonald.

  • Abbey Clancy, Tom Daley and Fearne Cotton

    Fearne's changed into a dark plum dress, while Abbey's in a shimmering wrap dress, at the Julien Macdonald show.

  • Alexa Chung

    In a leather pencil skirt and slouchy logo tee at Ashley Williams.

  • George Barnett and Pixie Geldof

    Engrossed in the action at Ashley Williams.

  • Amber Le Bon

    In a space-themed dress at the DAKS show.

  • Ella Eyre

    In an intricate Bora Aksu dress at the designer's LFW show.

  • Alicia Rountree

    In a flowing lemon yellow gown for the frow at Bora Aksu.

  • Amara Karan

    Shoulder robing at Bora Aksu.

  • Kate Moss

    London Fashion Week is here and Kate Moss still loves leopard print - happy days.

    She's at the launch of Charlotte Tilbury's first fragrance Scent Of A Dream.

  • Caroline Flack

    In a khaki green slip dress with lace detail at the Stradivarius bash

  • Mollie King

    In grey high-waist trousers and vest top at the Aquascutum show.

  • Hailey Baldwin

    In black cropped flares and a sleek choker to host the attends the Stradivarius cocktail party The Event Paper.

  • Maad Moiselle

    We've seen plenty of chokers at Fashion Week but this "CEO" one is our fave.

  • Ella Eyre

    Matching her bag with her dress at the Stradivarius party.

  • Amber Atherton

    In a button-up denim skirt with floral motif at the Stradivarius party.

  • Georgia May Foote

    In a layered rainbow mini dress at the V By Very London Fashion Week party.

  • Daisy Lowe

    In a sheer floral dress at the V By Very London Fashion Week party.

  • Donna Air

    Going bold and bright at the Very party.

  • Rosie Fortescue

    In a Very dress with studded cape sleeves at the brand's bash.

  • Portia Freeman

    In a stripey jumpsuit with cutaway shoulder at the Very party.