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Intern’s Diary: Gushing Over LDN Fashion Week

After a few days to digest, we’re here to round-up what left everyone talking (AKA everything fabulous) about at this season’s London Fashion Week.

Written by Alex Brown

With London Fashion week wrapped up for another season, it’s time we review the best tweets, looks, and impressions made by our very fave designers and street style stars (because, let’s face it: they’re half the fun of a successful fashion week in any part of the world).

From left to right: Marianne Theodorsen, Susie Bubble, unknown, Irina Lakicevic, Ella Catliff, unknown, Kate Foley.  All original photographs by Phil Oh c/o Vogue.com

From left to right: Marianne Theodorsen, Susie Bubble, unknown, Irina Lakicevic, Ella Catliff, unknown, Kate Foley.
All original photographs by Phil Oh c/o Vogue.com

For starters, there were the bright and playful faux fur Shrimps jackets and clutches, which were, of course, spotted on the forever-whimsical Susie Bubble. The up-and-coming line has been collecting a number of sartorial fans, in fact, both Julia Sarr-Jamois and Natalie Massenet have hopped on the trend as well. Other street style looks included the same bold colours and plaids we’ve been crushing on as of late.

From left to right: Rodarte, Erdem, Burberry, Mary Katrantzou, Tom Ford Background photo c/o Swagger New York

From left to right: Rodarte, Erdem, Burberry, Mary Katrantzou, Tom Ford
Background photo c/o Swagger New York

On the runway, Cara Delevingne was everywhere from Burberry (sporting relaxed shearling coats to quaint hand-painted bags) to Topshop Unique and Mulberry, where she—and her new line of bags—held all of our attention in a near magical, wooded setting. Rodarte had us at hello with their Star Wars themed gowns (talk about bloggable!). Kate and Laura Mulleavy officially know the way into our pop culture hearts. Mary Katrantzou debuted embellished textiles as opposed to her usual print-heavy looks, and frankly, our jaws dropped in admiration. Can she do no wrong?

Original image c/o EOnline

Original image c/o EOnline

In the Twittersphere, Vogue noted London Fashion Week’s re-envisioning of the little black dress, thanks to David Koma’s structured, dominatrix-style design, Christopher Kane’s crumpled nylon mini, and Tom Ford’s sequin-covered jerseys, to name a few. Not surprisingly, the latter left crowds quoting the best of rap geniuses, Jay-Z: “I don’t pop molly, I rock Tom Ford.

For more insight into the best of LFW, check out some of our galleries featuring the hottest looks of the season.