Who's Who at London Fashion Week: An Industry Tip Sheet

Author of "How to Walk in High Heels", Camilla has written for the UK Times, the Telegraph, Bazaar, and Time Style and Design in the US. She also covered the shows for Vogue UK online, reviewing all cities and hemlengths, and also assisted in the Galliano Studios. Attending fashion shows long before she was invited, London is where she started as a lowly Cinderella Fashionista. This season she is very excited to share some of her adventures with you. London is an idea factory. It's a mix of the wild, wacky, and unexpected and it feeds the entire industry. This is the city that breeds the original. You'll find a unique cast of characters on the runway as well as in the front row. Here are some key faces to look out for:
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Author of "How to Walk in High Heels", Camilla has written for the UK Times, the Telegraph, Bazaar, and Time Style and Design in the US. She also covered the shows for Vogue UK online, reviewing all cities and hemlengths, and also assisted in the Galliano Studios. Attending fashion shows long before she was invited, London is where she started as a lowly Cinderella Fashionista. This season she is very excited to share some of her adventures with you. London is an idea factory. It's a mix of the wild, wacky, and unexpected and it feeds the entire industry. This is the city that breeds the original. You'll find a unique cast of characters on the runway as well as in the front row. Here are some key faces to look out for:
Hilary Alexander (*Photo: Getty)

Hilary Alexander (*Photo: Getty)

Author of "How to Walk in High Heels", Camilla has written for the UK Times, the Telegraph, Bazaar, and Time Style and Design in the US. She also covered the shows for Vogue UK online, reviewing all cities and hemlengths, and also assisted in the

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Caroline Rush (left, with predecessor Hillary Riva): "BFC Top Cat"--Head of the British Fashion Council, this is the lady who has brought new gloss to fashion week. From Prime ministers and mayors to First Lady of Fashion--

Photo courtesy of Elisa Palomino

Photo courtesy of Elisa Palomino

THE NEW DESIGNERS

Elisa Palomino She was Creative Director at DVF and trained at Galliano before spreading her wings at Moschino. Think fairy tales of Vreeland mixed with eccentric Geisha Girls. Beautifully Bonkers.

A look from Roberts\' AW11 collection

A look from Roberts\' AW11 collection

THE NEW DESIGNERS

Brooke Roberts: She's a radiographer (yes, you read that correctly) and knitwear designer. Winner of the Hospital Club’s "Creative in Residence," she will be showing her innovative knits in a choreographed dance performance.

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YOU SHOULD BE SO LUCKY... if you get the following at your show. (Stop faffing and start on time!)

Colin McDowell: He's a grand English gent who is both historian and fashion critic. He sharpens his quill for Sunday's Times Style and founded the Fashion Fringe new talent prize.

Photo: Getty

Photo: Getty

YOU SHOULD BE SO LUCKY...

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YOU SHOULD BE SO LUCKY...

Hilary Alexander: Former fashion director of the Daily Telegraph,

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POSSIBLE PLACES FOR A KATE MOSS SIGHTING: Vivienne Westwood (Ed. note: Sadly, no Kate.), Burberry and Mario Testino's party.