50 Must-See, Totally Lit Looks from London Fashion Week

Starring a really big headdress, aluminum-foil trousers, and a Hindu goddess.

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It's not really fair that London's the middle child of the Fashion Weeks, but boy, do they go hard in what truncated-feeling time they *do* have. Here, take in 50 of the hands-down best looks from across the pond—every single one is worth your time.

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Jasper Conran

Stripes on stripes on muumuu. 

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House of Holland

Ruffle on ruffle on ruffle x 10. 

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House of Holland

Paillette disco Barbie. 

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Emilia Wickstead

Windblown Highlands maiden freeing the nipple.

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Mother of Pearl

Kooky librarian! 

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Gareth Pugh

Kooky librarian's goth younger sister. 

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Gareth Pugh

Luisa Casati at a goth fancy-dress party. 

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Versus Versace

Boob belt. 

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Versus Versace

Donatella does the costumes for Top Gun

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J.W. Anderson

Future headline: "The Dress That Won Fashion Week Spring 2018 Street Style." 

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J.W. Anderson

Is that the Night King? 

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Simone Rocha

Every fabric from your granny's living room in one. 

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Simone Rocha

When you're being presented in Henry VIII's court at 6 but have an '80s prom at 9. 

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Ruffly saddlebags! 

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Do you ever feel...like a plastic bag? But a really chic one?

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David Koma

The only patchwork we would ever wear.

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David Koma

Thursday night taken care of.

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Anya Hindmarch

The invisible man does workwear.

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Anya Hindmarch

While the English Patient goes around the corner for a gin fizz.

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Peter Pilotto

The stuff of your childhood bedroom turned into Fashun. 

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Peter Pilotto

So billowy! You could knock a small child over!

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Preen by Thornton Bregazzi


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Preen by Thornton Bregazzi


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Temperley London

If I ever taught art at an elementary school. 

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Marques Almeida


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Marques Almeida

Also me. 

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Me again as a Jane Austen heroine (the one who doesn't end up with anyone but builds the precursor of Uber but with horses and carriages). 

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Giving credit (for walking blind) where credit's due.

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