London Fashion Week

Victoria's sons both said how "proud" they were of her latest show, where they sat in the front row.
Extinction Rebellion and PETA have both marked the beginning of London Fashion Week by staging protests.
Harper Beckham debuted her ‘Anna Wintour’ bob during her mum’s show at London Fashion Week. The seven-year-old fashionista showed her true mini-me style while sitting next to the queen of fashion herself.
Follow in Villanelle's footsteps with these fashion finds.
The great dame of British fashion,Vivienne Westwood, used her London Fashion Week show to rally against climate change and corporate greed. Rose McGowan was among special guest models. The actress and activist delivered a powerful speech mid-runway.
“Now it is time for the fashion industry to hear the call of the youth.”
Plus size models protest at London’s Fashion Week in response to the lack of size diversity in the fashion industry.
Emerging British brands face "doomsday scenario", PM told, as she prepares to host drinks reception for designers.
There's a new colour-blocking trend on the horizon.
Victoria Beckham celebrates ten years of her fashion line with her first show at London Fashion Week. But a story in the Sunday Times has suggested her line is running at a loss, losing thousands of pounds every day.
This is the first season that London Fashion Week is not showcasing any fur on the catwalk. Animal rights organisation PETA is pushing organisers further, however, and calling for an all-out ban.
From Victoria Beckham coming home to the must-have Brexit T-shirt.
The typical jobs for older models continue to be the ones for which advertising clients are casting lovable and warm-hearted grandparents
Make daywear fun with the addition of sequins.
About London Fashion Week
London Fashion Week coverage on HuffPost UK Style features in the know bloggers, funny viral pieces, designer features, beauty trends and schedule news. We feature the latest autumn/winter and spring/summer looks, as well as interview pieces with industry experts. We're also championing diversity on the catwalk and have created a hashtag to encourage people to tweet and Instagram called #Fashion4All.