The Best Looks From London Fashion Week Fall 2017

The standout looks at London Fashion Week's top shows


The first look off the rank for New Zealand-born British-based designer Emilia Wickstead was a tea rose-printed dress with a pink silk overlay. Picture / Getty READ 13 Facts to Know About Emilia Wickstead

Mary Katrantzou sent looks inspired by Disney’s animated classic Fantasia down the runway. Picture / Getty

The woollen socks stood out at Mulberry, teamed here with a floaty wallpaper floral dress. Picture / Getty

Artist Louise Bourgeois' work inspired the colours and shapes in Shrimps' collection. Seen here are hand-drawn nudes on a faux fur jacket. Picture / Supplied

Topshop Unique's Spring 17 show was influenced by the "urban traveller" with a 90s meets festival bohemian, meets rave kid vibe. Picture / Supplied SEE every look from the show here.

Burberry's collection was influenced by the work of British sculptor Henry Moore, with artists' overalls making an appearance. Picture / Getty

Erdem designer Erdem Moralioglu drew on his own heritage for this collection - looking to both of his grandmother’s roots from Scotland and the Ottoman Empire. Picture / Getty

At Simone Rocha the show was built around ideas of camouflage and protection. A highlight was 73-year-old Benedetta Barzini modelling in the show. "This is my customer," the designer told the Telegraph. "What I do is for all types of women and that's what I wanted to reflect in my casting". Picture / Getty

Iridescent knits were seen at Christopher Kane. He used techniques including holographic foiled lace and traditional weaving process from the early days of mechanisation in his collection. Picture / Getty

J.W. Anderson tried femininity for the first time, imagining that each of his 34 looks made up the wardrobe of one individual. Picture / Getty

House of Holland played homage to the US with an Americana-themed collection, inspired by a roadtrip designer Henry Holland took during the summer. Picture / Getty

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