WHAT TO WEAR TO LFW*

See how our team and fave #LWIW street-style stars nav­i­gate the shows while re­main­ing cam­era-ready…

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Gilly Fer­gu­son, Edi­tor

‘Ev­ery LFW, I vow I won’t buy my­self some­thing new. And then I do. This sea­son I talked my­self into RIXO – a la­bel so hot even your nan’s heard of it – then sat­is­fied my more sen­si­ble urges with a time­less pair of L.K. Ben­nett boots. The dress is all ‘party’ at the front, bring­ing all the pizazz af­ter-show shindigs truly de­serve. Oh, and the bag? That’s a vin­tage 2010 LFW buy. Yes, it’s an on­go­ing prob­lem…’

Max­ine Eggen­berger, Fash­ion News & Com­mer­cial Con­tent Edi­tor

‘Ruf­fles have be­come as much of a sar­to­rial sta­ple as Bre­ton stripes. Of­ten too fussy for my lik­ing, this khaki num­ber of­fers much-needed respite. Made from gor­geous cot­ton, the rigid fab­ric gives the su­per-sized frills just the right amount of struc­ture, with­out be­ing rem­i­nis­cent of an art in­stal­la­tion at the Tate Mod­ern. And block heels, oh how I love thee! Com­fort­able enough to wear when I’m run­ning from show to show, I’ll be wear­ing these lat­tice Zara beau­ties all week long.’

Chloe Jack­son, Fash­ion Edi­tor

‘It’s jeans ALL day EV­ERY day for me and my Top­shop Binxes are my go-to for com­fort, with a frayed hem for a lit­tle bit of ex­cite­ment at an­kle level. It’s never about tight or clingy, par­tic­u­larly at LFW, so a bil­lowy em­broi­dered shirt (and they are EV­ERY­WHERE) is the per­fect top­ping. Bag lovers, take note: this Cath Kid­ston bag has in­ter­change­able straps so can adapt to any out­fit.’

Ly­dia Thomp­son, Beauty Edi­tor

‘I need to keep it pretty ca­sual at FLW, as I spend most of my time in very unglam­orous back­stage ar­eas re­port­ing on the lat­est beauty looks, but I still need to look smart enough in case I do watch a show. Af­ter years of sweat­ing pro­fusely or car­ry­ing mul­ti­ple lay­ers while try­ing to take notes, my fail-safe out­fit is now a sim­ple shirt and jeans, a thick coat I can throw on and off and some de­signer ac­ces­sories to flash at peo­ple so they think I’m im­por­tant!’

Dress, £255, RIXO Boots, £325, L.K. Ben­nett Bag, vin­tage Mul­berry

Shirt, £25.99, Zara Jeans, £42, Top­shop Shoes, £30, River Is­land Bag, £25, Cath Kid­ston

Dress, £59, Marks & Spencer Shoes, £29.99, Zara Bag, £29.99, Mango Neck­laces, from £3.99, H&M

Coat, £89.99, Zara Shirt, £95, Ralph Lau­ren Jeans, £152, Paige Bag, £1,230, Chloé Shoes, £620, Valentino

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