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London Fashion Week Autumn and Spring 18

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    The buyers' view: autumn 18 catwalk round-upSubscription

    As the autumn 18 season of womenswear catwalks draw to a close this month, Drapers asks top buyers to reveal their standout collections and industry insight of the key directions to know.

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    London Fashion Week: the nine trends to knowSubscription

    The autumn 18 edition of London Fashion Week saw a visit from the Queen and Christopher Bailey’s last collection for Burberry. Here, Drapers brings you trend analysis straight from the catwalk.

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    Comment: London Fashion Week autumn 18, a royally memorable seasonSubscription

    Between Christopher Bailey bowing out at Burberry and Queen Elizabeth II’s surprise appearance, designers shone at a strong autumn 18 edition of London Fashion Week (16 – 20 February).

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    London Fashion Week: day five buyer diarySubscription

    London Fashion Week came to a close today after a packed five days of fashion. Claire Miles, head of The Shop at Bluebird shares her highlights from the final day.

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    London Fashion Week: day four buyer diarySubscription

    Laura Larbalestier, buying director at Boutique 1, gives Drapers her rundown of day four at London Fashion Week.

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    Comment: Bailey says goodbye to Burberry with final LFW collectionSubscription

    After 17 years at the helm of Burberry, Christopher Bailey revealed a rainbow-filled, mishmash collection at London Fashion Week as he prepares to leave the brand.

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    London Fashion Week: day three, buyer diarySubscription

    On day three of London Fashion Week, Harvey Nichol’s head of womenswear Hazel Catterall shares her highlights from the day, and the season so far.

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    London Fashion Week: day two, buyer diarySubscription

    Selfridges’ womenswear buying director Lydia King gives Drapers her take on day two of the autumn 18 season of London Fashion Week. 

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    London Fashion Week: day one, buyer diarySubscription

    The autumn 18 edition of London Fashion Week kicked off with a packed day of shows. Stavros Karelis, buying director of London store Machine A, reveals his highlights, including Matty Bovan, and new graduates Liam Jonson and Laura and Deanna Fanning.

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    Exclusive: Pantone names autumn 18's top 12 coloursSubscription

    Trend forecaster and colour consultancy Pantone Color Institute has named the 12 top colour trends for autumn 18 ahead of London Fashion Week, which kicks off at the end of this week.

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    Fashion Week: the spring 18 womenswear buyers' verdictSubscription

    The season-defining shows, top trends to know and key items topping their buying list, Drapers asked buyers from Harvey Nichols, Selfridges, Farfetch, Stylebop, The Shop at Bluebird ...

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    Inside Tommy Hilfiger's high-tech retail 'rock circus'Subscription

    Ahead of Tommy Hilfger’s debut show at London Fashion Week, Drapers took a trip to the brand’s flagship Regent Street store for an exclusive meeting with the man behind the brand, Tommy Hilfiger, its chief brand officer, Avery Baker, and global CEO Daniel Grieder.

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    London Fashion Week: spring 18 trend analysisSubscription

    Drapers brings you the inside scoop from London Fashion Week, including the new, emerging and continuing womenswear trends to know for the new season.

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    London Fashion Week's alchemy of creativity and commercialitySubscription

    Buyers praised the energy, creative diversity and talent of the spring 18 edition of London Fashion Week, which finished yesterday.

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    London Fashion Week: spring 18 catwalk catch upSubscription

    As the spring collections from London Fashion Week draw to a close, catch up on the shows to know from this season’s womenswear whirlwind.

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    London Fashion Week: day five, buyer diarySubscription

    Selfridges’ womenswear buying manager Heather Gramston reveals her views on the spring 18 season so far from the final day of London Fashion Week, including her favourite shows and stand out trends to watch.

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    London Fashion Week: day four, buyer diarySubscription

    Browns’ womenswear buying director Ida Petersson reveals her London Fashion Week diary, discussing the New York shows, the London collections she has loved and the trends to know so far this spring 18 season.

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    Pantone talks Drapers through spring 18’s key colours Subscription

    Leatrice Eiseman is executive director at the Pantone Color Institute. As London Fashion Week continues, she talks Drapers through the 12 top colour trends for spring 18, and what is happening in the world of colour.

  • Natalie kingham, buying director, matchesfashion.com

    London Fashion Week: day three, buyer diarySubscription

    On day three of LFW, Drapers catches up with Matchesfashion.com’s buying director Natalie Kingham to find out her stand out catwalk collections from New York and London Fashion Week so far, plus her trends to watch for the spring 18 season.

  • Hazel catterall head of womenswear

    London Fashion Week: day two, buyer diarySubscription

    Luxury department store Harvey Nichol’s head of womenswear Hazel Catterall on her top womenswear shows and emerging catwalk trends from the second day of London Fashion Week.

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