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London fashion Week: Who's hitting the catwalk?

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London fashion Week: Who's hitting the catwalk?

Like everything in fashion, things move fast...

Less than 24 hours after the end of New York Fashion, our attention is already on London Fashion Week.

LFW always has a lot to offer, from established big named designers to virtually unknown designers thanks to the British Fashion Council’s initiative to give up and coming designers, including students,  a platform to show their talent.

This year, there’s a lot to look forward to including Tom Ford's first ever full-scale catwalk show in the capital, which according to reports has a record number of US buyers rushing to our shores.

We will also see Rihanna launch her own fashion line for high street chain River Island. She’s debuting her collection with a catwalk show at Somerset House, and it’s currently the hot ticket of the week. 

After a brief hiatus, Julien Macdonald is back. Absent for two seasons to focus on his bespoke collection, his return is eagerly anticipated so get in line at the elaborate Goldsmiths’ Hall for his autumn/winter 2013 ready-to-wear collection.

This year, Topshop has teamed up with tech giant Google to enhance the viewing experience of fans. The high street chain has created a state-of-the-art camera, named Model Cam, to be worn on selected models during the show, so that viewers can see and feel what models experience when they hit the catwalk. The footage will be projected into the show space and also across all digital platforms.

Another event worth attention is the London Plus Size Fashion Weekend, it takes place on Saturday 16th February at Shoreditch Town Hall from 10am.

There will also be several pop up stores around the capital, including one from Brown Focus who have hired styling power couple Damian Collins and Avigail Claire to curate the space - which is dedicated to Nineties-inspired branded clothing. The pair will also be on hand to offer style advice to any shoppers.

And London’s most packed designer shopping weekend will take place between the 21 – 24 of February allowing fashionistas to fill their boots with affordable designer fashion pieces

There’ll be celebs, models, clothes and accessories, after parties and tons of shopping. Join us for a daily round up of London Fashion week and you won’t miss a thing.

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This year, Topshop has teamed up with tech giant Google to enhance the viewing experience of fans. The high street chain has created a state-of-the-art camera, named Model Cam, to be worn on selected models during the show, so that viewers can see and feel what models experience when they hit the catwalk. The footage will be projected into the show space and also across all digital platforms.
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In contrast, the three contemporary models opt for a more neutral black-and-white canvas decorated with subtler, cleaner, more integrated color schemes.
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