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London Fashion Week kicks off!
Get the lowdown on what to look out for during London Fashion Week spring/summer 2013
Yes, fashion fans, it really is that time of year again, as London Fashion Week kicked off this morning for the spring/summer 2013 season.
In what is set to be another storming fashion week, the bumper schedule of must-see shows and glitzy parties looks certain to continue the feel-good factor in the British capital following the success of London’s Olympic and Paralympic Games.
But which shows should you be looking out for? Which parties will be wall-to-wall A-list guests? And what can we expect to be the defining moments of LFW spring/summer 2013?
Design duo Antoni & Alison kicked things off with a show at the official London Fashion Week showspace at Somerset House this morning, whilst tomorrow New York-based label Rag & Bone will make its LFW debut, which is surely going to be the hottest ticket in town this weekend.
Founders of the brand, David Neville and Marcus Wainwright, are British and the London catwalk show follows on from the opening of the label’s first European flagship store on Sloane Square in July. What’s more, Rag & Bone tapped Londoner Kate Moss for its first ever advertising campaign for autumn/winter 2012, so we’ll be keeping our eyes peeled for La Moss on the front row.
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