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London Fashion Week: Best of the rest

Underneath Sister by Sibling’s showstopper monster scarves and oversized berets came some great knitwear- a chic lady in twin sets, Fair Isles and sequined florals with a punky twist.

Thomas Tait’s chilly car park location was easy to interpret, as racing drivers were his inspiration, with sporty tracksuits turned into jumpsuits, dresses, panelled jumpers and zippered outerwear.

This is one designer racing to the big time. It was business as usual at Vivienne Westwood Red Label, where draping, cowl necks and tailoring produced a smart but subdued collection, while Matthew Williamson stepped out of his comfort zone, presenting a more relaxed and casual offering.

There were punches of colour at Paul Smith, with the louche tailoring looking strongest, while Erdem took a gothy turn, as his prim dresses came in black and littered with feathers - a trend to watch.

Simone Rocha matured her boy-meets-girly aesthetic into a modern take on sophistication, while Eudon Choi’s slickness softened, as romantic drop-waist dresses featured alongside knits and signature outerwear.

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