Where to find the stars at London Fashion Week

Discover where all your favourite celebrities will be hanging out during LFW

London Fashion Week has come around once again, with the world of fashion making their way from New York to descend on the capital. Throughout the four days of non-stop shows and parties, many of our favourite stars are expected to be out and about. But just who will attend, and where are they most likely to be found?  

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London Fashion Week commences on Friday 15 September

It is likely that supermodel Kate Moss, a regular at LFW, will be seen out on Saturday during the Burberry show. Meanwhile, Cara Delevingne, who like Kate, is a favourite muse for the iconic British brand, is also likely to attend, with Alexa Chung and Victoria star Jenna Coleman making up the star-studded front row. If our predictions are anything to go by, Alexa will also be found at the House of Holland show, also a favourite with model Daisy Lowe. Other big shows on Saturday include JW Anderson and upcoming designer Molly Goddard, a favourite with the likes of Fearne Cotton.  

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Sam Smith, Cara Delevingne and Kate Moss are among the regulars at the Burberry show

Come Sunday, Mary Katrantzou will kickstart the morning, with the Duchess of Cambridge's favourite designer Temperley London also showcasing her latest collection during the day. All eyes will be on the look out for Kate once again during the Topshop show, who is more often than not spotted among the crowd. Strictly Come Dancing star Mollie King is a fan of Julien Macdonald's dazzling designs and is predicted to be at his show on Monday. And if he's show is anything like his glamorous New York showcase, then Mollie is in for a treat.

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Daisy Lowe and Alexa Chung are expected to be spotted on the Henry Holland frow once again

During NYFW, Julien brought all of his most iconic fashion designs together for two sensational shows on board Cunard's Queen Mary 2. Models walked the runway in a variety of glitzy ensembles, decorated with tassels, sequins, intricate stitching and encrusted jewels - all with a price tag worth £8k-£45k.

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