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There was more than enough sparkle and glamour to lift show goers’ spirits at the third day of London Fashion Week, even as Storm Dennis continued to pelt the capital.
The capital saw a return to feminine dressing for the new season, including statement dresses and romantic details such as feathers and frills.
Not even a storm could keep showgoers away from the capital’s vibrant schedule.
The capital’s famous creativity was on full display on the penultimate day of shows, which saw collections from big and emerging names alike.
Storm Dennis set upon the capital with full force and saw attendees attempting to avoid the downpour, but a line-up of vibrant shows made up for the grey weather.
It may have been the most romantic day of the year, but it was back to business for the fashion crowd.
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