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London Fashion Week 2018, Robot on the Runway

The September edition of the London Fashion Week 2018 is  an exciting date on the London calendar for fashion bloggers, buyers, editors, ‘influencers’ and industry insiders, and the perfect time to rock your most fashion forward outfit from The Fifth Collection,  in other words your most questionable outfits. The event runs from Friday 14 September to Tuesday 18 September, and took place in the British Fashion Council (BFC) Show Space and Presentation Space on the Strand.

London Fashion Week is a clothing trade show that takes place in London twice a year, in February and September. Showcasing over 250 designers to a global audience of influential media and retailers, it is one of the “Big Four” fashion weeks, along with the New York, Milan and Paris.

There was a palpable charge in the air at London Fashion Week, where the shows paid homage to both tradition and feverish self-expression. The models for Erdem looked like exuberant mourners, in their black veils and high-necked dresses of all colors. In his debut for Burberry, Riccardo Tisci showcased the company’s trademark trenches with corsets and gussied up beige raincoats with splendid jewels and feathers. Meanwhile, Molly Goddard presented riots of ruffles and flouncy frocks — a spectacle of over-the-top femininity with a revolutionary edge.
Looking at similar previous fashion shows, it seems like mode-robots gliding down the runway would be the future of fashion.
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