One reason you absolutely have to love London? This is a city full of women totally unafraid of color.
"We just wanted to do something pretty," said designer Benjamin Kirchhoff backstage after the fall 2014 show.
The move comes, not surprisingly, one year after luxury conglomerate Kering took a majority stake in the label.
"You just have to learn -- and you have to do this in everything that you do -- that you have to hold on to the things that are really important, and let go of the things that are less important," Christopher Bailey said back stage Monday.
Designers Christopher de Vos and Peter Pilotto took athleticism to a very cool, almost ladylike place for fall 2014.
The rich, opulent and regal nature of Erdem Moralioglu's fall collection provided a stark contrast to the endless parkas and knits of previous shows this week.
These coats are so bright, we can see them all the way from across the pond.
London has shown coats with beautiful, bold prints -- the best of which, so far, have appeared at Emilia Wickstead and Alice Temperley.
There are few -- if any -- student shows in the world so highly anticipated as that held by London's famed art school, Central Saint Martins, for its MA fashion students each February.
As with J.Crew, the exciting thing about Topshop's Unique show each season -- besides its star-studded and wonderfully incongruous front row -- is that the clothes presented are ones we may actually want (and will be able to easily afford) to buy.
The queen of kaleidoscopic prints tells us how she really honed in on craftsmanship for fall 2014.
We're not sure of the exact answer, but the designer's fall 2014 collection featured plenty. Tons.
His sporty schoolgirl collection also featured yet another boxy leather jacket with a fur-trimmed collar for us to lust over.
The versatile range of three-in-one handbags is largely inspired by Cara's tattoos.
You know, the type who, in her oversized leather biker with a fur collar, looks like she hangs out in dark alleys while smoking rollies.
Hunter's show signaled to the fashion industry that it's serious about its new ready-to-wear line, and many well-known buyers and editors responded by showing up.
Like a fashion Macbeth, things are never what they seem when it comes to this designer.
Hunter Boots, known for it's festival-ready wellies, is making its first foray into fashion week with brand new creative director Alasdhair Willis -- and we've got the livestream for you right here. The show kicks off at 1 PM EST, so don't miss a single look:
You could describe it as raining crystals on Wall Street.
Five shoppers at a time will be able to watch a panoramic live-stream (or later, a replay) of Topshop's Unique show.