There were lots of tasty morsels on offer at today's set of shows and presentations. That hasn't necessarily stopped anyone salivating about the Burberry show and party tomorrow night, which is set to be THE event of the week (we're probably as worried about what outfit to wear as Christopher Bailey is about his collection).
The amazing Donatella Versace came into town to announce the winners of Fashion Fringe 2009, Jena Theo, and to watch the Christopher Kane show (he's created a capsule collection of accessories for her Versus label).
If you have cash to splash, you'll definitely want to snap up one of his gingham dresses come spring. Note: She is as blonde and tan and spectacular in person as you would expect her to be.
Natalia Vodianova and Joan Collins also graced Bailey's front row, as did Anna Wintour, who's been everywhere from Marios Schwab to Jaeger to Twenty8Twelve today.
The front-row at Twenty8Twelve was filled with the usual suspects (Alexa, Peaches, Poppy Delevigne), but we did manage to catch a brief glimpse of Sienna as she gave her finale bow with sister Savannah. The label's cute sequinned denim jackets will make great staples for spring. At House of Holland, Henry Holland's bff Agyness Deyn sat front row.
The Pringle show felt very un-London and more like an international show in Paris - a crowd gathered at Saatchi & Saatchi to watch a video featuring actress Tilda Swinton running through Scottish forests and beaches, attired in Pringle (she's the new face of the brand) and directed by Ryan McGinley (a proper catwalk show followed afterwards).
"Pringle rock," she smiled. "The fact they even thought of pairing me and Ryan together is amazing." We also spotted international editors like Franca Sozzani of Italian Vogue and Purple's Olivier Zahm. Expect more to arrive in time for tomorrow's bonanza.
Sartorialist snapper Scott Schuman hosted a super popular book signing at Liberty today, while his girlfriend Garance Dore held a party down the block to celebrate her collaboration with Gap (she curated their space with her photos and illustrations and designed a T-shirt for the label).
So, what's her vision of a Gap girl? "She's a really casual girl, like me. She's a girl who likes to dress in casual things like jeans. I take a lot of pictures of girls like her." Dore wrote some of her favourite things on the wall at Gap next to her illustrations. It read: "I love pictures. I love chocolate.
I love fashion. I love telling stories." She's not technically a celebrity by media standards, but in fashion circles, the girl's a star.