17 February 2013
Last updated at 15:52 ET
Sunday was the third day of London Fashion Week, which attracts fashion buyers and journalists from around the world. Shows take place around the capital and allow designers to showcase their autumn and winter designs.
Here, models show off the designs of Temperley London. Other big shows taking place on Sunday were Mulberry and Matthew Williamson.
Olympic cycling champion Victoria Pendleton (second right) secured a seat in the front row at the Top Shop autumn collection show.
Designer Vivienne Westwood called on the Duchess of Cambridge to be more environmentally-friendly by reusing the same outfit. She said: "It would be great if she wore the same clothes over and over again, because that's very good for the environment."
Canadian rock star Bryan Adams, as well sisters Peaches and Pixie Geldof, and model Jodie Kidd, turned out to see Dame Vivienne's show at the Saatchi Gallery. "She is an original ... there's no one like Vivienne," Adams told the news agency Reuters.
Thousands of people in the UK work in the fashion industry and this week is crucial to the success, or otherwise, of their latest collections. Everything hangs on the words of fashion journalists, like Vogue editor Anna Wintour (left), seen here at Mary Katrantzou's show.
Sunday's busy schedule also saw luxury brand Mulberry - famed for its leather bags - take to the runways to show off its latest womenswear designs. The Associated Press news agency described it as the "most quintessentially British showcase yet at London Fashion Week".
Fashion designer Zandra Rhodes was among those to turn out for Matthew Williamson's show at the Royal Opera House. After the show, Manchester-born Williamson said he disagreed with Westwood's stance on the duchess's dressing habits, saying: "She has a lot to do doesn't she? So she needs a good wardrobe."