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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...

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Kristen Stewart is an actress, first and foremost, but moonlights as a model as many in the industry do. And she has clearly proved her skill in a truly beautiful shoot for the French fashion house Chanel.


She had already fronted the campaign for their Paris-Dallas collection, starred as Coco Chanel in Karl Lagerfeld’s film and been the stunning face of Chanel make-up and eyewear, but her latest Chanel venture is probably her best one yet…The 26-year-old Twilight actress gives a powerful impression of confidence and sex appeal and looks utterly dreamy in the designer label’s photographs, taken in a stunning Parisian apartment. 

The pictures were shot for Chanel’s ‘Paris in Rome’ Metiers d’Art collection and the style influences are clear to see, a sublime mixture of Parisian chic and Roman affluence. Take your pick from our selection of items below to recreate Kristen’s femme fatale look. 

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In January, there were rumours that Hedi Slimane, creative director of YSL would be leaving the fashion house. The brand denied this but last week it'd transpired that Slimane's contract had expired and he had indeed left his role. Today, Anthony Vaccarello of Versus Versace takes the helm!

President and CEO of YSL Francesca Belletini said in a statement of Anthony: "His modern, pure aesthetic is the perfect fit for the maison. Anthony Vaccarello impeccably balances elements of provocative femininity and sharp masculinity in his silhouettes. 

"He is the natural choice to express the essence of Yves Saint Laurent. I am enthusiastic about embarking on a new era with Anthony Vaccarello, and together bringing the maison further success."

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This isn't the first time this week we've had potentially groundbreaking fashion news; first we were told Hedi Slimane's contract at YSL had expired, then Anthony Vaccarello was named YSL's new creative director and now, French newspaper Les Echoes reports Valentino may be buying Balmain for €500 million!


However, French fashion house Balmain has had two other offers; one from a Chinese fashion group and the other from an U.S investor. These parties have chosen to remain anonymous. If these offers are indeed valid, heirs of the late Balmain chairman Alain Hivelin have been reportedly given a deadline of Thursday 7th April to decide.

That’s 2 WHOLE DAYS away - which means we could be hearing the news come Thursday morning. 

Neither Valentino nor Balmain have commented. 

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Rumours that Saint Laurent creative director Hedi Slimane would be leaving the fashion house surfaced earlier this year but were denied by holding company Kering. Today however, a statement from Kering's Chariman and CEO Francois-Henri Pinault claims otherwise.

"What Yves Saint Laurent has achieved over the past four years represents a unique history of the house," Pinault said. "I am very grateful to Hedi Slimane, and the whole Yves Saint Laurent team, for having set the path that the house has successfully embraced, and which will grant longevity to this legendary brand."

"I would like to thank Hedi Slimane very much for his vision in reforming such an iconic House such as Yves Saint Laurent. The direction that has been taken over the last four years represents an incredible foundation for the Brand to build on for its continuous success."

Slimane's successor has been widely rumoured to be none other than Versus Versace creative director Anthony Vaccarello. WWD reports news of his appointment could come as early as May so that he will take the helm for the SS17 collection which shows in October.

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Over the past few days, reputable media outlets such as WWD and Hollywood Reporter claimed haute couture designer Bouchra Jarrar was rumoured to be negotiating with Lanvin regarding Alber Elbaz's old role.

Today, the French fashion house finally revealed that Jarrar is in fact joining them as its new Artistic Director, with her debut collection for the brand to hit the SS17 runway. 

Lanvin' CEO Michele Huiban said of Jarrar in a statement today: "Her timeless style is keeping with the style and values of our company. Her talent, her high standards and her mastery of cuts and fabrics will bring a breath of freshness and modernity into the house while respecting its soul as the oldest Paris couture house, a symbol of French elegance."

Scroll right for a peep at the lady herself...

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Burberry are changing the way it presents and sells its runway collections starting from September this year. 


The British fashion house will be replacing their current four-show calendar with two shows in February and September, featuring both womenswear and menswear. The brand will also make their runway collections available to purchase in-store and online immediately after the show. 

“The changes we’re making will allow us to build a closer connection between the experience that we create with our runway show and the moment when people can physically explore the collections for themselves”, said Burberry Chief Creative and CEO Christopher Bailey in an interview with Fashion Mag.

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Rumours that Saint Laurent's creative director Hedi Slimane departed the fashion house over "creative differences" have been circulating and just won't go away! Now, WWD reports that talks with Slimane regarding his contract have yet to go anywhere...

Because of this, the fashion house has supposedly lined up Versus Versace's create director Antony Vaccarello as a potential replacement! Saint Laurent is said to have concluded "extensive talks" with Vaccarello but the label insisted it "doesn't comment on rumours."

Last week, a brand spokesperson told Vogue that there was no truth to Slimane leaving whatsoever. 

Since Slimane took over the helm from Stefano Pilati, Saint Laurent has gone from strength to strength, doubling in sales during his first two years at the fashion house to almost $800 million annually in 2014. 

+ Scroll right to WATCH Saint Laurent SS16 show above!

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