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Beautiful photos from London Fashion Week

  • Best of British

    The great and the good of the fashion world – and more than a few celebrities – turned up to see the Burberry Prorsum womenswear Spring/Summer 2014 collection. Stars including Naomie Harris, Harry Styles, Sienna Miller, Paloma Faith and Alison Mosshart had the best seats in the house. (Photo: Ian Gavan/Getty Images)

  • Heart of glass

    The Burberry catwalk was enclosed in an enormous, specially-erected glass house in London’s Kensington Gardens. (Photo: Ben Stanstall/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Front rose

    The Burberry collection, entitled English Rose, featured delicate, pastel knitwear and bright prints, accessorised with white, 1960s-style sunglasses. For the finale, models paraded down the runway while petals rained down from above. (Photo: Ben Stanstall/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Feather weight

    Erdem offered a wide catwalk with music played live on grand piano and cello. The colour palette was a subdued monochrome, with the designer’s usual florals replaced by feathers. (Photo: Ben Stanstall/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Kiss me quick

    Classic British designer Giles Deacon celebrated his 19th season with glamorous gowns, lipstick prints and a huge bat-like headdress. (Photo: Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images)

  • The whole Hogg

    Outré is usually the order of the day where British designer Pam Hogg is concerned and her SS14 collection was no exception, featuring shiny metallic jumpsuits and strategically-placed pom poms. The rock ‘n’ roll vibe extended to the soundtrack, and the audience – with punk rock royalty in the shape of Siouxsie Sioux gracing the front row. (Photo: Samir Hussein/Getty Images)

  • Indian summer

    For her Grey Matter collection, designer Shilpa Chavan used the Bombay bazaar as a reference – reinterpreting traditional Indian colours and shapes. (Photo: Samir Hussein/Getty Images)

  • Net gains

    Three models pose in hair nets as they have their make-up applied backstage at Ukranian-born, London based designer Natasha Zinko’s show. (Photo: Samir Hussein/Getty Images)

  • In the club

    With fishnets and leather, shiny, sheer and sparkling fabrics, Tom Ford’s collection was sassy and sexy – while the black reflective catwalk created the ambience of a retro nightclub. (Photo: Ben Stanstall/AFP/Getty Images)

  • Bright spark

    Origami folds, graphic prints, wide skirts and primary colours were the order of the day at Peter Pilotto. (Photo: Andrew Cowie/AFP/Getty Images)