As seen at the JW Anderson catwalk show, spirits were high despite the great British weather failing to play ball for fashion week yet again
Alexa Chung opted for a classic combination of ivory camisole top, black blazer and blue denim jeans.
Navy coat with a flash of daffodil yellow beneath, with ever practical backpack and sturdy heels from kooky blogger Susie Bubble.
Blogger extraordinaire Bryan Boy and Stylist Anya Ziourova (Allure Russia, Tatler Russia, Conde Nast) in complementary monochrome knits.
@bryanboy / @anyaziourova
Statement sleeves with added muscle from this attendee.
Ladylike details from this show-goer with pretty floral skirt, hat, high neckline and off-the-shoulder wrap.
Olga Karput, founder of Mosow’s coolest concept store added space age boots to her double floral print ensemble.
Yasmin Sewell, Fashion Director at Style.com looked crisp in blue tailoring.
Caroline Issa, style icon and Editor (Tank Magazine / Because Magazine) working a gentlemanly tweed suit.
Layering a parka over boho silk works!
The simple knot tie belt on this chic attendee is everything.
Failsafe monochrome and Chanel bag combination. Nautical knot belts are looking like “a thing”.
Fashion casual – frayed denim hems with statement biker jacket and bold scarlet eyeshadow.
Serious hair envy thanks to Sarah Harris, Fashion Features Director at Vogue’s silver locks.
Style blogger Megan Ellaby was having fun with double polka dots, retro sunnies and a baker boy cap.
Fierce streetwear game from this fashion forward attendee.
Statement coats are what London does well.
If in doubt, go for All Black Everything.
Fierce sunnies from this high powered attendee, and a flash of print.
Isabella Emmack, model at DNA, knows that layering a hoodie under a great black biker jacket = instant cool.
The ultimate in off-duty-model understatement, Viva model Heloise Giraud braved the cold in khaki sheepskin with fresh skin and tousled hair.
All Black Everything. With extra points for black lips.
Photography: Christina Fragkou
Words: Hannah Kane