It was wonderfully convenient that London Fashion Week presented itself at the time we could (Covid precautions in place) reunite, don our beloved glad rags. Finally cut the tags from the pieces that have been hanging in our wardrobes patiently waiting for the world to reopen and enjoy fashion in person.
So what did Marie Claire's editors wear to sartorially mark this joyous moment and (hopeful) return to event dressing? We each bought our own vibe to the table with the team wearing everything from muted tailoring, statement coats and, of course, playful pops of pink.
Whilst none of us stepped out in heels this season (lockdown changes you), team Marie Claire put their best foot forward in a mix of the high street, up and coming designers and cult brands. We thought we'd share their looks with you as we all so enjoyed putting together our outfits for the shows.
So, if like us, you love to have a nosy at peoples looks and discover where particular pieces are from. Simply keep scrolling to see our looks and our favourite shows from London Fashion Week.
Andrea Thompson, Editor in Chief
Favourite show, Richard Quinn
Penny Goldstone, Fashion Editor
Favourite show, Roksanda
Sunil Makan, Associate Editor-at-Large
Favourite show, Rejina Pyo
Sarah-Rose Harrison, Contributing Fashion Editor
Favourite show, Paul & Joe
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Sarah-Rose Harrison is the Contributing Fashion Editor at Marie Claire. A London based Fashion and Celebrity Stylist she works across commercial, editorial and advertorial projects as well as personal and red carpet styling. Don't miss her outfit's on Instagram @sarahroseharrison
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