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Day 3 of London Fashion Week

The day is nowhere near over yet. But to date my favourite collection so far has to be Vivienne Westwood – Red Label.

Punk Rock Glamour Rules OK!

You have to hand it to her Dame Vivienne doesn’t hold back when putting her eclectic & stylish pieces together. Her signature is written all over this Red Label Collection, as you would expect. Plaids, stripes, mix and match prints, spat styled boots, hand painted tattoos, shall I go on….lets just show some of her unique designs.

Curtesy of Elle

Opening with what could have been a sketch from any comedy show! So quirky. The model looks positively bemused!

Is there a hint of elegance meets Johnny Rotten with a little Parisian influence thrown in for good measure? I love this look from the coat, trousers, handbag to the neckerchief.

Pinocchio/Woodcutter hat, pin-striped shirt and signature checked trousers. The most stylist female gangster that auditioned on the catwalk.

This leather vest has to be the one ‘must have’ piece for the fall.

 Duran Duran ruffles, combined with velvet and denim, simply stunning. So chic. This hipster pantsuit oozes style and sophistication, so versatile, wear to the office or a special evening out.

Marios Schwab

Sexy Hollywood, with a subtle ‘peek-a-boo’ underslip just visible in vivid green.

I adore this trouser suit combo, it could have been influenced by vintage hollywood movies.This is one gown for the Oscars don’t you think?

A little disappointed with Margaret Howell, J W Anderson, Mulberry and Nicole Farhi. If I dare say that about these iconic designers. I guess it is a matter of personal taste.

There is yet so much more to come from today’s schedule. Topshop Unique,, Jonathan Saunders, Louise Gray, Matthew Williamson and ACNE.

Credit: Style.com, London Fashion Week