London Fashion Week Spring 2012: Top 10 Shows
Creative Director Christopher Bailey took Burberry down a sporty trail for spring.
Erdem's expert floral prints are always exquisite.
The Scottish designer proved, yet again, that his work often crosses into the visionary realm.
The duo likes to call this collection "anti-fashion."
Giles does strange and sexy better than anyone.
Saunders focused on satin '50s-style midi skirts, lightweight blazers, ombre inkblot print dresses, sheer chiffon camis n sorbet colors like orange, pink and a rather smart use of lime.
Each season Henry Holland's clothes look more grown-up, but they always remain playful.
Love magazine editor Katie Grand styles this show, which means it always looks amazing.
Marios’ look has been growing more lady with every season, and this time the goth boy got the balance perfectly right.
There are certain things you know Matthew will deliver: something neon, something beaded or bedazzled, loud prints, feathers, and lots of party dresses. This season he added something new in addition to the far east feel: refined, more fitted shapes.
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