Editor's Diary: See What We Loved On Our Third Day Of London Fashion Week

17 February 2014 by

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Anya's Counter Culture show dazzled the early morning crowds

Anya Hindmarch's novelty bags

The lovely Richard E Grant FROWing at Anya

DAZ! @ Anya Hindmarch

KTZ's alt-apres skiwear

Street style snappers battled with the rain but got some great shots

Meadham Kirchoff's chiffon dresses were dreamy

As was their set - H is for HEART!

Marques'Almeida put in a strong performance

Grazia's Hannah Almassi records a segment about the latest street style trends

It was unoffficially red accessory day in the Grazia Mercedes

Ashley Williams' photogenic Fashion East collection

It's OVER! Kicking back in our cosy Uggs for the rest of the day...

Picking up a sweetie treat the Swatch Pop Up Patisserie

Having fun times at the Filles A Papa party at Browns

The Ashish girl pairs light-up Buffalo boots with everything - these will soon be available at Topshop!

Team Tom Ford

Burberry's blanket scarves have 'it' accessory written all over them...

Anna <3 Bradley @ Burberry Prorsum

Roksanda's pretty colour palette made us swoon

Guess who? It's Suki Waterhouse in Dominic Jones' lookbook

And this is Suki's bottom, in case you ever wondered.

Fashion Ed Hannah Almassi has some successorising to do!

And she chose the Barbara Bonner fringe bag for starters

Today's heaving schedule

J W Anderson's shape of silhouettes to come

Henry Holland's girls were rich bitches

Those Plenish Cleanse drinks went down a storm!

Danny Dyer debuted at LFW thanks to Giles

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Cara D in a Mulberry forest

Gala Gonzalez street snapped in pastels

Megababe Jourdan Dunn eating Nandos backstage - there's hope for us all!

Kate Moss and Hilary Alexander

We speak to Kendall Jenner

Before she studiously sits Topshop FROW on her phone

Grazia's Lily Russo in her patent Paper London mac chillin' with the Merc

Mary Katrantzou's show was a beauty

Matthew Williamson's knits and shaggy coats created some buzz

Sir Paul Smith with his ladies

A rockabilly interlude at Toga Archives

It was Toga Archives' first ever LFW presentation!

Topshop Unique experienced a blue period

While we experienced goodie bags and bubbles!

Jonathan Saunders - last show of the day and a real corker

Kendall Jenner gave her LFW FROW debut at Topshop Unique

THIS bomber jacket... Jonathan Saunders

CUTE ALERT! It's Kate Moss and her sister Lottie on the Topshop FROW

Temperly pulls in a good crowd - from Peaches to Portia, Le Bon to Wheeler

Sophia Webster's dream girls made everyone snap-happy

Grazia's Hannah Almassi and Lily Russo head to the top of the ME Hotel for the Ugg Lounge

We'll have both, Sophia!

Sorry, too many Sophia pics... look how photogenic that set was!

DJ Yasmin provided the noughties tunes

We didn't have time to shop, but really wanted to...

Street-spotted: Roberta of Avenue32.com bringing Spring to LFW

Elemis goodies from Pringle of Scotland. YAY!

Preen's Star Wars themed show was ace

RED @ Preen

Grazia fashion ed Hannah Almassi doing her best Catherine Baba in Vuitton sunglasses and Silver Spoon Attire beanie

Pringle's cosy knits

Richard Nicoll's lovely tailoring

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The Central St Martins kids go ninja-stylee

Grazia fashion editor Hannah Almassi has some outfit deciding to do...

Cute nails by Ciate at PPQ

The team bump into beauty fave, Tanya Burr

Lily Collins doing a vampy red lip at the Lancome party

Amanda Wakeley's focus was on the waist

Shrimps' new faux fur = delish

Hanging out at Amanda Wakeley's fancy new store for the show

Selfie! Silly things happen in the Mercedes...

Christoper Raeburn crops his trousers and goes for all-terrain bombers

AHHHH! Beatlemania is quite a bit like Fashion Week, non?

Schoolgirl cool at Eudon Choi's show

Nom nom...

Double the cool denim at London College of Fashion

Fluffy skirt anyone? Seek out London College of Fashion's top talent for it

Leah looking pretty at Daks

Grazia's fashion editor Hannah Almassi and shopping editor Lily Russo find shelter at the ME Hotel. Phew!

Nat and Leah Weller, plus Tomo Kurata

Sport socks were everywhere!

Thank you Popchips, but we've already run out. #greedy

It's not glam, but someone's gotta do it.

Early morning at Somerset House - it looks pretty chilled. Not for long...

Getting pumped up for Day 1 with a little J Lo

Fash assistants Sophie and Josh managed to nab the best and biggest umbrella. No fair!

Yu Masui looks like his usual fabulous self. These girls were trying to gift him jewellery outside the show!

It’s day three of LFW and we’re well into the swing of things. Now fully establishing the Crossrail-induced dead-ends and road blockages (with the help of our handy Mercedes trio – Janet, Martin and Neil), things kicked off with a very good start this morning – Preen did Star Wars and it was, quite simply, out of this galaxy in terms of wantability. Here’s what happened on this sunny, stylish Sunday…

1. Sophia Webster took us back to our teenage years.

With a presentation to rival all presentations ever - in the history of time - Sophia's incredibly well planned and brilliantly executed set up for her new bag and shoe collections kept editors away from the runways for quite some time... Her bubblegum aesthetic was played out to the very maximum, with a set design encapsulating the dream teenage girl's flat-share: shoes, more shoes, super-cool girls, banging '00s soundtrack, bubblebaths, teeny tiny doggies and endless closet-space. As TLC and the like pumped through thanks to DJ Jasmin, we looked in on a fairytale fashion moment or fifteen, and feel in love with her new take on knee-high gladiators and shearling-lined disco-sandals.

2. Preen made fashion girls think about Star Wars.

Usually something we'd wholeheartedly scoff at, Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi made Star Wars the coolest thing on the menu of Day 3 of LFW. With Rodarte on the same page during NYFW, it's safe to say all Star Wars geeks can now safely come out of the closet. Storm Troopers greeted fashion troopers with tea and a powerful collection of super-luxe parkas with Chewbacca furry hoods (paired in a signature way with the duo's chiffon slip-of-a-things-style dresses), futuristic geometric prints, glistening metallics and violent tomato-red tailoring. Some frocks even had the storm trooper portrait stamped on the front. The force was strong with this one.

3. The top Toppers FROW features not one, but TWO Mossies!

O-M-GEEEE. The paps almost mowed every man and his dog down at the Tate Modern when not only Kendall Jenner made her debut FROW appearance of LFW, but Kate Moss was joined by her sister Lottie. It was like everyone's Christmasses had come all at once and we've never seen so many flashbulbs. Well, we probably did last season, but hey, this is now. The new Topshop space is also awesome, and we dined on barley and squash salad, a little champers and chocolate brownies. NOM.

4. Cara Delevingne showed her FIRST EVER collab! And it's with Mulberry!

With a very under-the-radar photocall in a faux forest Miss D revealed her handbag handwork, creating a capsule line with the heritage brand. We were particularly interested in the little backpacks - as will thousands of consumers.


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