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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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Lina Psaila
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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! 

IMAGE CREDITS: VOGUE.com, CNN.

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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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