It’s not just the catwalk delivering need-to-know trends, we’ve also got our eyes on the front row. Here, we chat to three LFW regulars to find out what they’ll be wearing this season, the looks on their radar and how to survive five days of back-to-back AW17 shows.
British Vogue’s Fashion Features Director Sarah Harris attends up to 250 shows in four cities each season and is famous for her effortless street style looks.
An iPhone charger, lip balm, and a sense of humour.
It’s always nice being on home turf and supporting British talent and there is an energy in London that is unlike any other. Plus you can’t beat sleeping in your own bed.
I never wear print or colour. It makes dressing for hectic fashion month easy, because pretty much everything in my wardrobe goes together and simple pieces feel timeless.
Whenever I’ve worn something uncomfortable, comfort is paramount.
Leandra Medine is the founder and chief creative officer of NYC’s coolest site Man Repeller, our daily source of inspiration for creative styling and witty articles.
Not a new designer, but it will be wonderful to see how Raf Simons interprets Calvin Klein.
I don't really think in go-to outfits! But if I had to imagine one, I'd guess it’d be a pair of gingham pants I've been wearing all winter with pink velvet loafers and a striped red and blue sweater.
The hotel breakfast room; it's where I get my best writing done and get to eat ALL THE FOOD.
I don't believe in faux pas. We're human! Humans err.
Lily Jean made her big debut walking our Topshop Unique September 2016 show and is now fronting our latest campaign, making her the face to watch this LFW.
Something cosy, probably some embroidered jeans and a hoodie. Maybe heeled boots if I’m feeling fancy…
Moisturiser is a must, especially when I’m having lots done to my skin at the shows, and also some multi vitamins just to be safe.
British style is a little more disheveled than the polished NYFW. It’s more “I woke up like this”, which is super cool.
Not taking off make-up properly, and not staying hydrated - people go on about it so much but I think it really is as important as they’d have us believe!