London Fashion Week has rolled around once again, which means another stellar selection of unforgettable street style looks are readily available for your viewing pleasure. This year of course, the event has been more considered and sombre following the recent news of the Queen's death.
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However, with the late monarch having been one of British fashion design's greatest champions, there is a certain resilience in the air that many fashion week-goers are choosing to rally behind - a tribute of sorts to the Queen's unwavering appreciation for the creative arts.
When is London Fashion Week?
London Fashion Week began on Friday 16 September, and officially ends on Tuesday 20 September. Some designers such as JW Anderson, Erdem, Nensi Dojaka and S.S. Daley chose to pay homage to the Queen within their runway shows since London Fashion Week takes place during the nation's mourning period.
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The full show schedule is available to view online and some shows can even be watched in real-time on a livestream.
"It was a great honour in 2018 to host Her Majesty at London Fashion Week to launch the QEII Award for British Design which recognises design excellence and positive impact," wrote London Fashion Week in a tribute.
"Her Majesty's effortless style, charm and sense of fun was evident and her passion in supporting young creatives will continue to inspire the next generation."
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