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Phew! Day 4 was packed! Here is what we were up to:

Kicking it all off with Peter Pilotto’s aquatic prints and scuba inspired sportswear separates, design duo Christopher De Vos and Peter Pilotto proved once again that they are some serious talent on the LFW map..


The shoes were particularly amazing:



The colours and prints were all beautiful:


Did we mention that we were seated behind Anna Della Russo at the show? We were totally mesmerized by her Prada ensemble…

We then hopped on the LFW Express to the Pringle show. New designer Alistair Carr impressed us with his sport – inspired influence on the Scottish heritage brand:

The Husam El Odeh designed glasses almost stole the show:

We liked the cardigans that were buttoned at the back:

Then it was back to the BFC for some fun with Mark Fast:

Last show of the day was Christopher Kane with a collection that could simply be described as “lovely” over and over again. However, there was nothing simple about this collection and his vision behind it. Kane was inspired by the “girls you hate at school” and used interior inspiration of what their bedrooms may have looked like for the brocade and floral applique..