The best bits of London Fashion Week AW17
Simone Rocha sent models from the sixties to the nineties down the runway, including 73-year-old Italian actress, Benedetta Barzini. There really is no age limit to beauty.
Speaking of diversity, closing the Julien Macdonald show was model, Winnie Harlow. Fun fact: the Canadian stunner, who has a rare vitiligo skin condition, was a contestant on the twenty-first cycle of America's Next Top Model.
The Versus Versace show has drawn many celebrity guests to their #FROW. Among the A-listers spotted are Ellie Goulding, Will.i.am, Charli XCX and M.I.A.
The British Fashion Council has collaborated with Pantone to celebrate the life of Richard Nicoll. Chosen by a close group of the late fashion designer's friends, an official shade in his name, Nicoll Blue was developed, and even painted at main LFW show sites.
Charlotte Olympia's show attendees were in for a theatrical treat. To launch her AW17 collection, the designer created an entire collection in homage to her favourite genre, noir and presented it via short film, aptly titled An Accessory To Murder.
After 16 years, Hussein Chalayan is back with his first London womenswear. The designer confessed in an interview that he was worried "nobody was going to come and see it" but nevertheless, he presented his AW17 collection to a full house.
Another season, another breathtaking showspace. For AW17, Anya Hindmarch presented her collection on a runway that was made to look like snow-covered mountains.
Kendall Jenner celebrated the end of LFW by hosting a party with Love magazine editor-in-chief, Katie Grand. The model-of-the-moment, who donned a Burberry cape that came straight off the runway earlier in the day, was having a blast with her friends, Bella Hadid, Lily Donaldson and Justine Skye.