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Stunning photos from London Fashion Week

  • Doggy style

    Canine and human models present creations from the Mulberry Spring/Summer 2014 collection on the Sunday of London Fashion Week. (Photo: Reuters)

  • Dancer in the dark

    Lily Cole opened Vivienne Westwood's show with a contemporary dance routine. The British model and actor wore a Grecian-inspired gown by the designer and red shoes - a reference to Hans Christian Andersen's macabre fable. (Photo: Reuters)

  • Joie de Viv

    The show that followed featured Westwood's signature looks: draped dresses, slim tailored coats, the cinched-in dress suit andthe femme fatale jumpsuit. (Photos: Rex Features)

  • Walking dead

    Models for the Vivienne Westwood show were made up like zombies, with artfully distressed hair. The designer says the exaggerated stylings recall animals caught in car headlights. (Photo: Reuters)

  • Queen Victoria

    Victoria Beckham wore culottes, a white shirt and a sleeveless turtleneck to the Vogue dinner on Sunday evening. The designer arrived in London this weekend, having presented her own collection in New York last week. (Photo: Rex Features)

  • In Vogue

    US Vogue editor Anna Wintour takes a turn en route to the same dinner, at the restaurant Balthazar in London's Covent Garden. She wore a striking long blue leather coat with mink sleeves over a floral print dress. (Photo: Rex Features)

  • Prints charming

    A model presents a creation from the Mary Katrantzou Spring/Summer 2014 collection, featuring the designer's signature patterns. (Photo:Reuters)

  • Act of Faith

    Singer Paloma Faith watches the presentation of designer Matthew Williamson on Sunday. (Photo: Reuters)

  • It girl

    British model Cara Delevingne appeared in the Topshop Unique show on Sunday. Earlier in the day, she took a turn for Mulberry. (Photo: Rex Features)

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