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The best moments from London Fashion Week so far

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London Fashion Week is always a hotbed for emerging talent and established designers converging in the one place in a melting pot of creativity and innovation. It is the best of British design in the one place, heralding what we can expect to see across the coming months, deemed as on-trend. As the shows are walked, we're here to keep you abreast of the key shows to view and their landmark moments. Here, we round up the best moments from London Fashion Week as they happen.

JW Anderson 


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The JW Anderson London Fashion Week show was a feast for the senses, a showcase of the best of Anderson for his eponymous label. Plastered across Instagram and TikTok feeds over the last 24 hours – at least, across our feeds – the collection included a dress mimicking a goldfish in a plastic bag, trouser waists repurposed as collars on high-necked shirts, knitwear fastened at the neck by bent coathangers and mini Bumper bags, taking the accessory into micro territory. There was also an homage to the late Queen Elizabeth, with Anderson replicating the black and white imagery seen around London honouring the monarch.


Nensi Dojaka 

One of our favourites, Nensi Dojaka’s showing at London Fashion Week is an evolution of its previous seasons, termed by the designer as a “continuation of ideas.” The designer has expanded on the floral and heart motifs that have become her signature, yet still wants to take things slowly rather than flooding her work all at once. On the runway, we saw lace utilised for the first time in a Nensi Dojaka collection, alongside sheer sequin skirts, strappy maxi dresses and lace-leather kitten heels, with shoes on the agenda for the brand. 


Simone Rocha


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Launching her first fillu-formed menswear collection, the Simone Rocha show was always going to be one of the best moments at London Fashion Week. Taking place at the Old Bailey, it was Rocha at her best: tulle enveloping the body, ribbons draping on the floor, floral motifs in abundance and pearl beading adoring shoulders and straps. In the menswear offering, exaggerated-shoulder bomber jackets and blazers featured alongside baroque trench coats, tulle shirts with floral applique and voluminous skirt




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16Arlington combined the best of its quintessential slinky nighttime aesthetic with polished, refined outerwear to be taken from day to night. With designer Marco Capaldo forging on since the death of his late partner and co-founder Kikka Cavenati, there is still a touch of Cavenati's design hallmarks in the collection as there will always continue to be. 1980s-inspired power-shoulder coats in faux-fur and embroidered crystal featured alongside turtleneck dresses and all-black gowns, alongside a handful of masculine elements including oversized bomber jackets and blazers.


SS Daley


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Liverpudlian designer SS Daley transported us into a whimsical state of mind, with a faux-garden setting the runway decor of choice and capturing the mood of the collection wholeheartedly. With both womenswear and menswear walking the same runway, floral motifs were abundant throughout alongside playful slogans embroidered on knitwear and crochet pieces. Daley cultivated a sense of adventure and typical English countryside adventure through the use of earthy tones, robust material and models accessorised to appear as rabbits. 




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Having rescheduled the show out of respect for Queen Elizabeth II's death, Riccardo Tisci presented the Burberry Spring Summer collection on the Monday between Milan and Paris. Models wore thongs, dark lace and black fishnet t-shirts. There were bulky layers and tiny sunglasses like those used in tanning beds, high cut swimsuits appeared, leather dominated and bum bags were strapped to the body like pool floaties. It's Days of the Bagnold Summer, Riccardo Tisci style.

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