London Fashion Week: The highlights and talking pointsPublished18 September 2017SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, AFPImage caption, London Fashion Week, which opened on Friday, has featured more than 100 designers and included high profile shows from the likes of Giorgio Armani, pictured here front and centre with his models. The Telegraph's fashion editor Lisa Armstrong described his Emporio Armani show as a "strong" collection, "fizzing with playful touches".Image source, Niklas Helle'n/AFP/GettyImage caption, The show had a fun feel, catering to the youthful end of the market - it was the first time Armani had staged a catwalk event in London for more than 10 years. The 83-year-old designer said he had chosen London "for its "dynamism, energy and cosmopolitanism".Image source, ReutersImage caption, Donatella Versace showcased her younger range, Versus, which featured plenty of checks, bikinis and cowgirl-themed pieces.Image source, AFPImage caption, Diversity and representation were hot topics at this year's LFW. Model and disability campaigner Kelly Knox returned to the catwalk for London-based womenswear brand Teatum Jones.Image source, Ian West/PAImage caption, Alex Bruni, 60, flew the flag for older models - she also discussed her experiences on the runway during a diversity in fashion workshop at Somerset House as part of London Fashion Week.Image source, Stuart C Wilson/GettyImage caption, Blondie's Debbie Harry stepped out for Vin and Omi, the fashion duo who created many of Jane Horrocks's costumes for her role as Bubble in last year's Absolutely Fabulous movie.Image source, AFPImage caption, It wouldn't be London Fashion Week without a bit of avant garde - Hussein Chalayan's models took to the catwalk in these unusually adorned headdresses.Image source, Tim P Whitby/GettyImage caption, Swedish School of Textiles also championed the unconventional, taking the puffa jacket to new heights with exaggerated form and supersize zips.Image source, EPAImage caption, British supermodel Jourdan Dunn closed Topshop's show in this barely-there chiffon maxi dress complete with the ubiquitous ruffles that have been a theme across the week.Image source, Ricky Vigil/GettyImage caption, As usual, London Fashion week attracted the rich, famous and, of course, beautiful - model Daisy Lowe arrived wearing a blue kimono, accompanied by her much-loved pooch.Image source, ReutersImage caption, But it hasn't been glamour all the way. Dozens of anti-fur protestors gathered ahead of shows including Burberry.More on this storyFashion firms focus on social media15 September 2017African supermodel appears on Elle cover13 April 2017Naomi Campbell shames Vogue over diversity23 August 2017British Vogue hires first male editor10 April 2017World's best-paid models 'mostly white'31 August 2016Related Internet LinksLondon Fashion WeekThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.