Day 5 began with a sensual print overload via Mary Katrantzou. Unfortunately not all our pictures were not up to par so here are some glorious shots via sunriseflight:

mary_katrantzou_aw11/12I think this dress puts Mary on the map as a print master…


Back on the LFW Express to head over to the BFC tents for Marios Schwab. We saw an exquisite combination of black and pearl, vivid teal and mustard and his extraordinary hand at making the puffa coat something to be desired. Marios, we salute you! This collection bought two very important things to the table: luxury and femininity.




An opulent moment listening to Edith Piaf and staring at this chandelier waiting for the Roksanda Ilincic show to start:


Roksanda’s effortless eveningwear was inspired by the Russian avant-garde Natalia Goncharova which could be seen via the plethora of orange, burgundy and reds. Simply beautiful.

The Meadham Kirchhoff boys really know how to put on a show. We loved their research books just as much as the collection itself:


meadham_kirchhoff_aw_11/12food for thought…

meadham_kirchhoff_aw_11/12the incredible set design made to look like a shrine to a dead celebrity?

meadham_kirchhoff_aw_11/12the Meadham Kirchhoff army!

Back to the BFC tents for an Emilio de la Morena organza extravaganza:

emilio_de_la_morena_aw11/12it looks like reds in their variety aren’t going anywhere for next season…

Our last show of LFW, we ended with triple threat at Fashion East via James Long, Elliot Atkinson and Simone Rocha.

The gorgeous Topshop showspace:

First up was James Long and his debut womenswear collection.  We loved the Stevie Nicks references…



Next up was Elliot Atkinson’s nod to native America



And finally, some Louise Bourgeois inspired shoes via John Rocha’s daughter Simone

simone_rocha_aw11_12_shoesonly one word: AMAZING!

simone_rocha_aw11_12_shoeswe particularly loved this chiffon covered knit dress…

AND THAT’S ALL FOLKS! Check back in with us again for our Paris coverage..