Click through the gallery below to see the other celebrity arrivals, (Sir Philip Green was a notably absent):
Victoria’s Secret Angel Taylor Hill kicked off proceedings on the runway.
(This was actually the second tweet Topshop sent to announce Taylor’s entrance as rather awkwardly they tagged a random man who happens to be called Taylor Hill the first time!)
This season the look was inspired by the Punk and New Romantic aesthetics of the mid-80s, as well as the artwork of Linda Sterling.
Excitingly, for the first time ever you can buy selected pieces from the collection as soon as the models leave the catwalk.
Speaking to Vogue, Kate Phelan, creative director at Topshop, explained the “see now, buy now” model: “puts to bed some of the assumptions that the high street is following fashion. I think it will breathe more individuality and you will feel that there is a more independent spirit to brands which is a positive thing.”
Click through the gallery below to see the collection in all its zebra-print and thigh split glory:
Watch highlights from the Topshop, Gareth Pugh and Jasper Conran LFW shows in the 360 video below.