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Summer is in the air but the Autumn Winter collections will soon be arriving in the shops. Here’s our sneak preview of more of the best shown at London Fashion Week! Full on glamour at the Imperial Viennese inspired Rohmir show at Fashion Scout at Freemasons Hall. On the ramp were styles for the sophisticated party-goer showing black lace, emerald velvet and burgundy silks.

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Rohmir has a wonderful boutique at 58 Maddox Street, Mayfair, London and is well worth a visit!

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Up close and personal! Here’s us  on the front row. These are clothes you really need to see up close, feel the texture and of course try on!

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Add some block colours to your Autumn Winter wardrobe! Nobody does Biker Chic with a feminine twist better than Belstaff!

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Contrast leather and organza for a cool vibe a la Belstaff

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Belstaff’s flagship store is in London’s Bond Street, Mayfair. For a little bit more edge, zoom over to their latest store in East London’s Spitalfield.

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New guy-on-the block is Alexander Lewis. 90’s Japanese pinball machine motifs were the inspiration.  Handmade chunky woven separates are a key look!

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Over-sized knits are teamed with mini skirts and midi heels for the  Alexander Lewis full-on look

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This was one of the best pieces we saw with striking chunky knitwear at the Ashley Williams catwalk show at LFW. A great collaboration with knitwear specialist John Smedley!

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Ashley Williams has a playful side designing white shirts with crossover front black  braces for a bold statement in the office.

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Frills around the neck are sure to be a big hit this Autumn…

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Brooke Cundy  at Ashley Williams

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Fashion hits the heart of Soho at Brewer Street Car Park!

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For winter florals Apu Jan offers some great wearable choices! 

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Expect to see marvellous metallic fabrics in the shops. This great glam collection from Nina Naustdal positively stunned a celebrity audience

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Fabrics included velvet, silk lace and pastel pink fur

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Nina Naustdal does superb intricate beading throughout her collections.

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Touker Suleyman from TV’s Dragon’s Den seemed to enjoy the show

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As did stylishly dressed Stooshie singing group!

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Sinitta is a fan of this glam label…

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Tracy Rose with TV fashion presenter Prince Cassius

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Topshop Unique also showed frilled necks and candy coloured lace

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At The Topshop Showspace at Tate Britain

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Sarah Burton for  Alexander McQueen also showed went for sheer evening dresses with  Victorian high necks and adorned them with shocking pink butterfly motifs. Other’s featured unicorns, clock  and flowers beautifully beaded and there were great tailored jackets teamed with belt leg trousers.

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