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Details from my look #1 for #londonfashionweek: mango dress, Hermès scarf and Èeffe Handbag 💕

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No one was expecting that Queen Elizabeth II would sit in the front row for the very first time, on the closing day of London Fashion Week The monarch presented the inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Awards for British Design to Richard Quinn and sat through his entire collection. But who is Richard Quinn that made Fashion and Royalty history? 


BOLD PRINTS 

He established his namesake label in 2016 after graduating from Central Saint Martins with the Fashion MA. He's made a name for himself for his feminine silhouettes and bold use of print. 

HIGH STREET LINK

Quinn collaborated with  H&M last September on a collection after winning the H&M  Design Award that was filled with prints. So it came as no surprise that this year he'll be launching another collaboration with a high street giant. This time his collection, due in May, will be in association with Debenhams featuring a range of print items with prices ranging from $80 to $180.

SOUTHEAST LONDONER 

He was raised in South East London and kept true to his roots by opening his design studio in Peckham. In addition to his design studio, he offers digital and print services especially to up and coming designers, as well as printing workshops. 

FIRST QUEEN ELIZABETH II WINNER 

He's the first designer to be awarded the prestigious nomination which will now be presented annually to a designer that "showcases talent and originality while demonstrating value to the community and/or sustainable policies”.If you're in the mood for some print extravaganza shop your favourite styles from our expert edit below! 

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This week our focus surrounds the bag that we've seen on the arms of influencers and fashion editors more than all others combined. Just like the straw basket bag of last year, this material is a bit controversial for winter. But no one stopped wearing the basket bag or the string bag, last year in February either. 


The string bag was more of a shopping bag that required an inner bag to hold all of your items safely.This London Fashion Week took notice and presented an evolved version of the bag. Enter the plant pot bag: a transformed evening tote featuring a leather case where you can store your phone and wallet. A few of the "It" bag converts include Hannah Strafford Taylor, Lisa Aiken and Yasmin Sewell. 

The design was created by the LA-based brand Staud and has been seen in most Insta accounts especially during London Fashion Week in a variety of hues: from tan to pink, white and red. Fitting in nicely with the rest of the impressive mid-range designer handbags you can purchase the Staud bag without breaking the bank ranging between the $285 and $475 mark. 

If you're unsure about the string bag, you can opt for a velvet crush option or a leather version proffered by the fashion pack such as Alexa Chung and Leandra Medine. Wear your favourite style with a day smart outfit and instantly elevate your look. 

Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop from our expert edit below! 

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How cool is it to see Anna Wintour and Queen Elizabeth sitting in the front row at London Fashion Week. The Queen attended London Fashion Week spontaneously. She watched the Richard Quinn show aside of Anna Wintour at the BFC Showspace. Wearing an Angela Kelly blue, crystal embellished suit, Queen Elizabeth II smiled for the paparazzi and amazed attendees. #queen #QueenElizabethII #AnnaWintour #LondonFashionWeek #FashionWeek #Royal #London

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Burberry’s Creative Director and President Christopher Bailey showed his last collection for the brand. The final collection which is the Autumn Winter 2018 collection was for a very good cause. Christopher Bailey dedicated the collection to LGBTQ while also donating to Albert Kennedy Trust, Trevor Project and ILGA which support LGBTQ. The collection featured an updated version of the classic checked pattern. With rainbow colours taking over the iconic Burberry pattern, the last collection certainly was the perfect way for Bailey to end his career at Burberry! #Burberry #ChristopherBailey #LGBTQ #collection #London #londonfashionweek #fashionweek

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The most famous faces in British fashion came together in support of the LGBTQ community and collection at the head of Burberry. Models such as Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne looked glamorous as ever! #LondonFashionWeek #Burberry Credit: Vogue Paris

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I’m obsessed with this outfit from Burberry at London Fashion Week! I love how a simple tee has been styled to create a unique look. The sleeveless puffa jacket is just so dreamy, isn’t it?! #burberry #ootd #lfw #londonfashionweek #luxuryfashion Photo Credit: @Burberry on Twitter

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Although last season designers were trading the New York catwalks for British and Parisian shows, this year it seems that London has followed New York's example. Most notably, Topshop abandoned the runway for its traditional Unique show while Emporio Armani and  Tommy Hilfiger also forewent the shows as they were a big departure from London's experimental design team. However, LFW is all about fresh designers, innovative thinking unexpected garments, and bold statements. 


THE NEWCOMERS 

AV Robertson who designed for Marc Jacobs and Presented at Fashion East is one of the emerging designers to watch. Matty Bovan is a press favourite already as she made the cut of The Kids Are Alright in British Vogue's January issue. After earning the Emerging Womenswear Designer award at the Fashion Awards in September, Michael Halpern is constructing an ambitious production and a much-anticipated collection. 

THE VETS 

We'll witness the departure of Christopher Bailey from Burberry on Saturday after 17 years with the House. Johny Coca from Mulberry will be back on the London stage after a small detour to Paris in September, while Delpozo is bringing ball gowns to London in the place of Ralph & Russo. We're really excited to see JW Anderson whose missed the usual Men's show but is putting on his first co-ed collection. 

THE REGULARS 

Even though we may be missing a few names from the list, we can still count on Roksanda, Erdem and Christopher Kane to impress at LFW. Newcomer Michael Halpern will throw a soiree with Brows while Gareth Pugh is hosting a decadent party of his own. Sunday is all about Edward Enninful's British Vogue BAFTA party that will follow after the ceremony.Ready for a taste of London Fashion Week? Scroll down below and shop everything British! 

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Having showed at Soho's Brewer Street Car Park for only three seasons, the British Fashion Council (BFC) has announced that in February, London Fashion Week (LFW) will be moving to a new home- The Store Studios at 180 The Strand!

This is the same venue where London Fashion Week Men's currently takes place and given it wasn't too long ago that LFW was based at Somerset House, it looks like the BFC were only too keen to move the event back onto The Strand where they'll be "creating a fashion and cultural hub in the heart of London."

The BFC have also said this morning: "The Store Studios holds a strategic location at the intersection of north, south, east, and west London and has easy access to the river as well as to main central areas such as Covent Garden and Southbank."

Additionally, London Fashion Weekend will be rebranded into London Fashion Week Festival. 

The deputy mayor for the cultural and creative industries, Justine Simons, said, "London is a top fashion capital - we have brilliant fashion colleges, leading designers and established brands, and Londoners of course have a great sense of style."

"London Fashion Week and London Fashion Week Men's have been blazing a trail on the world stage," she continued. "The brand new London Fashion Week Festival will up the game even more - cementing The Store Studios as the coolest new creative quarter in London and offering a fantastic opportunity for the public."

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Get an exclusive 15% off all our marketplace items this London Fashion Week including AW16 looks from Rare London, Aeterna Style, Mod Dolly, and more! Simply use the code SHOPCADELFW16 at the checkout. But hurry - you've only until Friday 23rd!

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London Fashion Week finally wrapped on the 20th of September, and we've rounded up our favourite shows and trends for you! 


"Bollywood Bloodbath" @ Ashish Gupta 
Delhi-born British designer Ashish Gupta's S/S '17 show at London Fashion Week was a colourful, glitzy, desi affair, with lehengas, dupattas, Indian mythology-inspired face paint, and nathnis. 

White and lace @ Simone Rocha 
We loved the combination of pure white and lace that ran throughout the Simone Rocha show! 

Wine and black everything @ Burberry 
Who cares if deep hues are supposed to be part of fall and not spring? Certainly not Christopher Bailey! Burberry's S/S '17 collection was a gorgeous mix of wine red, black, deep blue, and loads of stripes. 

No-makeup makeup @ various shows 
If runway beauty trends are anything to go by, it's time to ditch the full face of makeup, and go minimal AF. Take inspiration from Aquascutum, JW Anderson, and David Koma, and go for no-makeup makeup with a wash of colour on your lips. 

Pastel lips and nails @ PPQ 
If you're a pink lipstick and nail paint fanatic, we have something new for you: lilac! This alternative version of Barbie pink has got us feeling some type of way. It's just the right mix between wearable and runway, don't you think?

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Whether you've been able to stop by our London Fashion Week pop-up lounge or not, we want to give everyone a chance to get picture perfect. Just enter to WIN our Picture Perfect Kit to cheat your way to selfie success!

You have until Friday to get your entries in - but what's in it for you?

- Compatible with all devices - smartphones, tablets, laptops - the Pixter Fisheye, Pixter Macro, and Pixter Wide Angle clip-on camera lenses make snapping selfies more exciting than ever!

- Made with all-natural ingredients from Japan, this soothing gel will ensure you're free from blackheads while nourishing your skin for a radiant, picture perfect complexion.

- Create the ideal lighting concept for picture perfect selfies!

How to enter:

Simply upload a look on the Shopcade app (available on App Store and Google Play) and caption it with the tags...

@pixter
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@kouamo

Time to get snapping!

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Now that we're seeing the back of yet another season of London Fashion Week, let's take a moment to reflect on which shows over the years have captured the hearts and imaginations of everyone around the globe!

Scroll through our gallery above to see videos and imagery from shows of yesteryear.

From Alexander McQueen's Voss show in which Kate Moss and fellow models performed within a giant glass box (the finale is also quite spectacular!) to the time Prince performed on the catwalk at Matthew Williamson's SS08 show, take a peak at which designers did what to carve their mark on LFW...

Photo Credit: Popsugar, Marie Claire, Hunger TV, Civilian Global, Bandits Production, Grazia
Video Credit: Yukikoandthe, Matthew Williamson, Selfridges

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The final day of LFW has come around, and we can't quite believe this season is over. By day five the shows are more dispersed and the buzz is slightly less manic. But nonetheless, there was still quite a lot of fashion dramz, specifically at the David Ferreira show, which had nothing to do with the actual show but a certain, rather irate PR lady, read below for more...


12: 00 pm - 2:00 pm: The Point Blank presentation begins, and it's a mixture of sports luxe pieces, vibrant colours and glitter. The best part for me was the makeup looks, which were the best I've seen this season. With glitter detailing and an oily finish, plus wet look hair, it really meshed well with the presentation's theme 'Dive In'. 


2: 00 pm - 4: 00 pm: Back to Shopcade HQ for a couple of hours, which turns out rather dramatic- because we all find out that Brad and Ange are no more. 

4: 00pm - 5: 00 pm: Me and Sirina head off to the David Ferreira show, with our backstage passes in tow. We watch the models get bleached eyebrows and black wigs put on. One particularly sweet model chats to us, and asks us to take a photo of her. She then comes over to tell us she's found a maggot in her apple- nice

5: 30 pm - 6. 00 pm: The show is about to kick off. Some guests trying to sit FROW without the right tickets get screamed at and asked to move, everyone goes very silent. A man behind us, just as the show begins, asks for the people beside him to sit on the floor so he can see. He was sitting 3rd row, FYI mate that's just part of shows, unless you're FROW it's unlikely you'll get a good view. I was sitting a row ahead of him, and wished I'd brought a hat so I could block his view, alas, I hadn't. The show begins, and the pieces are stunning. A pink feathered coat, a mesh detailed black dress, sequin trousers and embellished heels all catch my eye. It's an eclectic mixture of pieces, from gothic to ultra feminine, to metallic 80s inspired looks- one thing's for sure, you'll never be bored at a David Ferreira show. 

6: 00 pm - 7: 00pm: Oliver Spencer's first buy-now show starts, and members of the Shopcade team spot David Gandy, Jim Chapman and Oliver Proudlock, they try their hardest to restrain from visibly swooning. The pieces are typically traditional and brilliantly tailored. 

LFW SS17 is over, and we're already looking forward for the next season's shows...

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@ppq #ppq was a flash back to summer in the 60s this year at #lfw16 think I might need to live in a different country to wear this stuff this autumn #londonfashionweek #shopcadelfw16 #fashionblogger #maralynmonroe

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Marta Jabukowski SS17 seems to ignore all gender barriers this year. I'm not quite seeing the inspiration from Varanasi though. @martajabukowski #martajabukowski #lwf #shopcadelfw16 #indiafashion #fashionblogger #londonfashionweek #catwalk #gender

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My favourite show at this years #lfw16 ha to be #robertswood . #londonfashionweek @robertswood #fashionblogger #shopcadelfw16 #fashionshow #catwalk

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Loved the @pamhoggfashion show this year! #ziggystardust would have loved this collection #davidbowie #lfw16 #londonfashionweek #fashionblogger #fashion #pamhogg #ziggystardust

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10.30 am: We start our day in a strip club - Soho's "Sunset Strip" on Dean Steet - to catch Dilara Findikoglu's SS17 presentation, discovering it's never too early to descend a narrow metal staircase lit by neon lights. Models don the Turkish designer's new collection and pose up a storm between two stripper poles on a candle adorned stage. We're plopped down in cinema-like seating before the stage, taking in a visual feast consisting of smudged lipstick, fishnet tights, corsetry, puffed sleeve metallic tops, and thigh high PVC boots. 

11.00 am: Shopcade's Salome is viewing the Paula Knorr presentation at the ICA. The exhibit, All of Me, is immersive and guests mill about a screen showing interviews from Knorr's time studying at the RCA. The collection itself features flared silk trousers, skintight long-sleeve tops, and plenty of illustrated prints.

11.30 am: Editorial maven Chloe Law heads over to the Topshop Showspace at Old Spitalfields Market for Faustine Steinmetz's "Blue Denim." The collection is the result of an exploration and experimentation of denim in which Steinmetz revisits once garish finishings such as crystal embellishment, over washing, and logo monograms.  

12.30 pm: Our French content team and I are seated at Freemasons' Hall for the SABINNA runway show. This is the first LFW show we've been to this season without a full house (the third and fourth rows remain relatively empty) and I think how disappointing it is that the collection, probably one of the most translatable we've seen so far, doesn't receive the welcome it deserves from press and buyers. 

1.00 pm: Chloe arrives at the Markus Lupfer SS17 presentation and wanders amidst a garden themed maze throughout which models toting the new collection are scattered. Eschewing the signature Markus Lupfer lip print - save for the monochrome tote as part of its goodie bag! - in favour of flowers and fruit, the collection boasts hand-drawn artistry, beaded embroidery, dark denim, and plenty of stripes.

1.30 pm: We enter the On|Off LFW venue's alternate entrance at Phonica Records on Poland Street for Milo Maria and Asli Polat. Milo Maria's static presentation takes us on a space odyssey with looks featuring loose tailoring with an athleisure twist. Asli Polat is down the hall and is also a static presentation in which models flaunting the new collection stand before a silver wall hanging. The collection itself could be easily worn straight from the rails and feature all the usual spring/summer crowd pleasers; an off-the-shoulder peasant top, floral dresses, satin finish pastel blouses etc.

3.00 pm: Ianthe Rose takes over our Instagram and Snapchat to capture the goings on of the Ashley Isham show backstage before the collection's debut. Models are still in hair and make-up by the time we're backstage at Freemasons' Hall. A small Chihuahua is resting on the lap of one of the model's mums (we later see the well behaved dog starring in the catwalk show). Male models are stripping left, right, and centre as they get oiled up for looks in which a shirt is not required and as we leave the room, rails with the clothing for the show are being wheeled out into the hallway where a stylist shouts desperately for the "pool party boys" to come forward pronto.

The collection itself is comprehensive indeed and with the show set to a soundtrack of '70s disco hits - think Earth Wind & Fire's September and Boogie Wonderland, Donna Summer's I Feel Love etc. - the crowd excitedly snaps each and every look as it comes down the runway. The new season signature Ashley Isham floral print is set on a yellow backdrop which graces looks for both men and women. There's swimwear, casual wear, occasion wear, and even a bridal dress which emits gasps from the bloggers, celebutantes, press, buyers, and photograpers.

Post-show, our social media editor Sahar is approached by the designer himself who asks what her favourite part of the show is. In her excitement, she panics and responds "the music." #awkward

4.30 pm: Chloe and I head back to On|Off to meet Judy Wu at her SS17 presentation while Salome and Sirina take in Han Wen at Freemasons' Hall. Her collection, Curve, boasts a crisp, clean palette of perforated skirts and dresses with a structural emphasis on, you've guessed it, curves. Standout materials from the collection are sheer organza, neoprene, and twill jersey.

At Freemason's Hall, our summer intern Sirina grabs a backstage interview with Han Wen, the SS17 Merit Award winner. (Watch this space!)

5.00 pm: Ianthe continues with the Shopcade Snapchat takeover at palmer//harding over at Mary Ward House. The collection's neutral colour scheme and exploration of modern day power dressing is an immediate win for the CSM design duo Levi Palmer and Matthew Harding.

6.00 pm: Back at Freemason's Hall for our last shows of the day, Salome and France Editor Charlotte Bailly take in Portuguese designer Morecco's Turkish inspired SS17 collection.

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Join us in celebration of London Fashion Week at our Soho pop-up lounge! 

Enjoy FREE drinks, nibbles, a photo booth, manicures, and mobile charging station.

We're also giving out 200 gift bags with amazing products from brands like Lipcote (the original lipstick sealer), flamingo candles, Batiste dry shampoo and many many more...

Snap a selfie with our models outside the venue and upload it to the Shopcade app available from the App Store and Google Play. Show us your look upon arrival and WIN one of 200 stylish goodie bags!

Where...

Building 57B, Smith's Court, Soho, London W1D 7LR
(1 min from Brewer Street Car Park) 

When...

Thursday 15th Sep, 10am - 6pm
Friday 16th Sep, 10am - 8pm

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London Fashion Week 😅✌🏼️ #fashion #lfw16 #londonfashionweek #shopcade #clothes #style

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Shopcade & Uppercut Deluxe catching up today for the #londonfashionweek 😀 #mensgrooming #beauty #men #beautyformen #lfw16

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