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Twice a year, London Fashion Week showcases the latest in new designers and returning favourites. This season saw the Autumn/Winter Collections light up the runway through a series of catwalks, events and presentations.

Over the past 12 months, there has certainly been a lot of change in the Fashion industry and British designers have certainly been at the forefront of this. With the ten-year anniversary of Victoria Beckham to the retirement of Christopher Bailey from Burberry and the welcome of Ricardo Tisci – there has certainly been a lot of change.

I am going to highlight my top five looks of this season’s London Fashion Week (LFW) and explain exactly why they made my list of favourite looks.

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First up is Victoria Beckham. Year after year, she delivers clean designs and beautiful silhouettes. This year is no exception.  The camel and red colours of the statement pieces are a standout start to the show which continues look after look throughout her show. Such a simple but effective example of colour blocking and a clear demonstration of one of the seasons most on-trend colours – camel.

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Another key look was from Burberry. We saw first collection last September from new Chief Creative Officer, Ricardo Tisci, and it blew our minds. This season was another delight on the eye. With this staple look being another firm favourite. Burberry has always been a fabulous advocate of outerwear and this season brought it back with a bang! Burberry have combined the traditional camel overcoat with the chic elegance of Tisci’s style and detailing to create this fabulous collection – in particular this piece. Stunning!

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Talking of new chic – the latest Mark Fast collection has me swooning! Mark is a fairly new designer on the scene at LFW but has been one to watch for a while! His latest collection consisted of beautifully crafted pieces channelling the vintage chic feel. Mark took his audience on a creative journey and one in which I enjoyed considerably. He showcased what I like to call ‘Power Pieces’, meaning looks that remain classic through time. He took on modern designs like the jumpsuit and gave it the Mark Fast twist, Mark is definitely one to watch in terms of red-carpet season. The finale dresses are certainly worthy of an A-list appearance on the red carpet this season.

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Next up, Roland Mouret. This collection burst on to the red carpet beautifully. Predominantly known for chic silhouettes and ultra-chic dressing, this collection was no exception. This look is without a doubt my favourite of the entire collection. Showing just how much of a versatile designer he really is. Classic suiting made chic – move over Tom Ford!

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Finally, we have Peter Pilotto. A much-loved designer and a favourite at London Fashion Week. He has not only wowed us with his latest collection but showed us how suiting and co-ords are here to stay. A large part of Pilotto’s collection consisted of two pieces and outerwear often conveying the epitome of feminism and acting as a huge inspiration for high street and other brands. His designs are extremely concerned with florals which again we have seen stay from season to season.

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