Day five, aka the FINAL day, of London Fashion Week saw designers such as Anya Hindmarch, Michael van der Ham, Christopher Raeburn and Ashish showcase Autumn/Winter 2015 collections.
Hindmarch, famed for her kooky-cool handbags, titled her collection 'Diversion' and took traffic to a whole new level. Who knew road signs could be so wearable?
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Womenswear featured strategically placed slogans such as "soft verges", "free recovery", "Stop" and "Go" while clutches, cross-body bags, backpacks and handbags read "No loading at any time" and "Queues likely". And had every traffic sign going splashed across them.
This is how to take transport very literally next season.
Over on the Michael van der Ham runway it was ultra-feminine florals across embellished, appliqué dresses.
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Think miss-matchy prints. Think cashmere, chiffon, velvet, metallic jacquards and silks. These ladies only do luxe.
Then there was Christopher Raeburn's seafaring A/W 2015 collection (the shark motif is back) that proved just how much the designer knows about outerwear.
Orange duffle/ quilted/ chubby coats are in, as are ponchos and parkas - but only in those trademark sustainable fabrics.
As for the Ashish catwalk? It was ALL about sex. And sequins.
The vibe was "let it all hang out..." with a serious "do it all, and f*ck it" attitude. Promiscuity is everything - so wear silky drawers with nothing but red patent thigh-high boots and a killer red lip.
Sequin camouflage and patchwork fur are also a must this A/W. We're talking across bombers, parkas, slip dresses, oversized smock dresses and basketball-style shorts.
Top-to-toe, tie dye, studded denim is a look for ladies who dare.
See all the catwalk highlights from day two of the shows in our gallery below.
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