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With LFW done and dusted until February, we've been stoked to have had the chance to see the shows and more importantly, suss out just what's hot for Spring/Summer next year! 

With so many hot hair looks in the upcoming season, scroll through our gallery to see what we've listed as some of the coolest - and ok, maybe somewhat bizarre/interesting- hairstyles on the runways.

Sleek dead straight locks with a double parting, twisted buns and a half head of plaited hair with a tousled salt spray textured look are IN!

To create a double parting, keep a steady hand to ensure a precise, neat look. Comb wet hair backwards and place the comb where you'd like each parting to appear. Then plait the hair between each parting to re-create the double parting runway look of SS16!

PS: For Ryan Lo's carb heavy hairstyle, we recommend you purchase the tasty doughy treat in Chinatown; preferably in the morning on the way to work.

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With The Body Shop as one of the sponsors of LFW's Fashion Scout, we've already received a bunch of skincare and beauty treats from all the goodie bags at the shows. Now, we've picked some of our favourite LFW SS16 beauty looks we'd love to replicate!

From mysterious smokey eyes to dark, gothic romantic inspired lip shades, beauty for SS16 just seems like a natural progression from this season's hot make-up looks- especially given that a radiant, dewy glow has stuck.

Scroll through our gallery to see our favourite looks and shop below for The Body Shop make-up to re-create a dewey, illuminated glow!

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Lily Niu
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Picking out the trends we spotted at LFW15 was a quick and painless process; with many collections giving off a profound (if not similar) visual impact, we've listed a few of our favourites below- ones which we're keen to indulge in ASAP ;)

Are You Ready For The Weekend? - Preen, Topshop Unique, Issa

Going out looks for SS16 are certainly something we're looking forward to here in the Shopcade office. Building on this season's taste for a touch of Gothic romance, modern silhouettes featuring this look can be mashed together for glamorous evening style.

Wallflower No More - Mary Katrantzou, J.W. Anderson, Roksanda

Florals for Spring/Summer aren't anything new and although vibrant prints have been the big seller of late, the increasingly nostalgic and romantic blooms symbolise a wave of appreciation for a time when gran's old curtains were cool. We're IN. 

Frills R Us - Temperley London, Topshop Unique, Emilia Wickstead

Despite a giant veer towards the '80s from this season's flares, fringing, and platform shoes, the overall impact of traditional power dressing appears heavily manipulated by decorative frills for a twist in structure and movement.

Flouncy Frocks - Erdem, Mother of Pearl, Simone Rocha

Sure, daytime television might treat us to the odd episode of Little House on the Prairie every now again but for a chance to indulge your inner Laura Ingalls, drape yourself in a flouncy frock in which nine-year-old you would've absolutely LOVED. 

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Douglas was joined by an array of young and sexy stars at the Love Magazine Miu Miu Party held during 2015 London Fashion Week at Loulou’s on Monday night in London. Among them were Cara and Poppy Delevingne, Harry Styles, Suki Waterhouse and more. 


Douglas was in relaxed style wearing a burgundy blazer over a plain white tee, black slim jeans and a pair of D&G panelled sneakers. 

Shop below to steal his style from the party!

Scroll right to WATCH a Q&A with Douglas and his co-stars about his next film, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies!

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After 5 days of shows, it was Anya Hindmarch's show that really caught our eye on the last day. Now, with Milan Fashion Week starting, we knew that the final day of shows and presentations here in London would be a day to remember!

Creating a spectacle with strategically placed mirrors, models appeared to walk on the walls and ceilings at the exclusive show debuting the '80s inspired SS16 collection. With the '70s being huge this summer and winter, there seems to be an apt progression into an '80s urban aesthetic starting early next year.

Ashish has also made our list of favourites yesterday with layered embellished dresses, models clutching skateboards, and vibrant paint splatter effect sequin detailed garments. Ashley Williams' show followed closely behind thanks to its rebellious runway looks featuring panelled leather bikers and asymmetrical hemlines.

Impressed by Hong Kong native Ryan Lo's romantic and heavily floral collection, a well deserved shout out also goes to Fashion Scout's Belgrade Fashion Week Showcase. One of our favourite looks from the show is from designer Budislava Kekovic who appealed to us through a clean cut all-white number.

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Showing off their usual aplomb for his and hers style, musical power couple Ellie Goulding and Dougie Poynter took to London Fashion Week like ducks to water.

Ellie chose a red striped top and skirt combo while Dougie stayed faithful to his signature style: a hat, striped tee, black leather jacket, skinny jeans and pointed ankle boots.

With Ellie's new video On My Mind having just become available, we eagerly anticipate her new album DELIRIUM, due for release on November 6th!

Shop below to steal both Ellie and Dougie's FROW style...

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Graduating last year from the Royal College of Art, Katie Roberts-Wood is not your average new and emerging fashion designer. With a background in medicine, Katie recently scooped the Fashion Scout Merit Award. She speaks to us after her first ever show at LFW...

- How does it feel to be showing your work at LFW?

It was incredible, it was really amazing for Fashion Scout to support me in my first ever show and it was very, very exciting and unexpected for me to win the award but I'm really happy to be here!

- Can you tell us a little about your design process?

It started as a development for my MA. The aesthetic is definitely developed but it’s all based on a linking technique which I developed as a new way to construct garments. There's very little sewing in most of the collection and what drives me is being able to use my own methods of construction that are newer and different to that. This collection is based on botanical forms. I’m quite influenced by science and nature.

- What’s the next move for you?

Fashion Scout's Merit Award includes three seasons of part sponsorship so for the next two seasons I'll be developing collections as well. Immediately next i’ll be going to Paris during PFW. It’s a chance to meet buyers and look at getting some stockists.

See one of the looks from her SS16 collection above and until we can get our hands on the line itself, shop below for gorgeous crisp white pieces...

Photo Credit: Kate Roberts-Wood

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Monday saw some of the most anticipated shows of LFW and we weren't disappointed. Showcasing their SS16 collections were Burberry, Belstaff, Peter Pilotto, Giles, Joseph and more!


We were spoilt for choice on our favourite look of the day but Joseph's relaxed 'street' style tone won us over! With an oversized tee paired with a silver silk chiffon wrap skirt, topped with sneakers, we could definitely see us flaunting this style next spring!

Belstaff brought neutral tones from 2015 and launched them into SS16 with oversized jackets, khaki, leather and beige making for a powerful presentation from the British brand! 

Peter Pilotto SS16 surprised us by stepping out of their signature prints and patterns to showcase a collection full of abstract shapes, lines and textures. 

Burberry was a shock to the spring system with a series of dark palettes! Miranda Priestly would be pleased! As far as we're concerned that is pretty much ground breaking! 

Lamitie also followed in Burberrys footsteps using a touch of black throughout, whilst the lilac shades stood out in mixtures of satin and mesh. By this point it was pretty obvious that oversized garments were now solidly 'a thing' for next year!

Keiko Nishiyama presented her collection at the famously weird and wonderful Sketch in Mayfair. Walking in you'd be mistaken for the set of Alice in Wonderland. With afternoon tea placed around for all to enjoy it really felt like you were involved in the collection!

Keiko went for florals mixed with amazing insect designs. The interesting feature was the 'perforated' effect used on each piece. 

Lastly we have Giles, where some of fashions famous faces walked the runway, including Georgia May Jagger, Erin O'Connor & Irina Shayk! Irina looked stunning in a plunging tea dress made from a brocade material. This dress set the stage for the rest of the rich and decorative collection. 

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Topshop Unique always boasts a cool crowd at its shows and after Cara and Kendall took to the FROW last season, we were expecting more from their girl gang to follow suit. 

But with neither one of the two social butterflies gracing us with their presence, even the current face of Topshop Gigi Hadid failed to make an appearance! With her little sis Bella walking the runway instead, perhaps this was a chance for the younger Hadid to steal back some of the limelight.

Descending upon the FROW for the SS16 show yesterday, Alexa Chung, Jourdan Dunn, Cressida Bonas and Ciara were all there to witness the debut of the '80s inspired collection.

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Today, Topshop's eagerly anticipated Unique SS16 line debuted at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre to a swarm of excited guests. Supporting model Bella Hadid who took to the runway with pals Malaika Firth and Imaan Hammam, FROW celebs included Suki Waterhouse, Alexa Chung and Cressida Bonas!

At Vivienne Westwood Red Label's show-stopping reveal later on in the day, the veteran designer joined her marching "Fash Mob" with placards reading "Fracking Is A Crime", "Climate Revolution", "Austerity Is A Crime" and "Politicians Are Criminals". 

With one of our favourite Fashion Scout shows today being that of APUJAN, we're keen to see more of the SS16 collection in the flesh early next year. Taiwanese designer Jan's catwalk showcase "The Journey of Light Year" captures a fashion story from the future, working backwards in time. Collaborating with print designer Ying Wu, the duo have created playful prints featuring florals and space travel.

Also catching our eye at Freemasons' Hall, Niro Wang's knitwear takes well to the fashion limelight thanks to an innovative knitting technique in a bid to rework linen yarn for a new generation of consumers.

Shop below to add key pieces from Topshop Unique and APUJAN's AW15 collections to your wardrobes NOW...

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