Sienna shines at London Fashion Week

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  • All the gossip from day four at London Fashion Week

    With the weekend’s sun but a distant memory, the style set brought out their winter boots and jackets for day three of London Fashion Week.

    Gone were the strappy sandals and flimsy dresses favoured on Saturday and Sunday, even Alexa Chung was wearing tights as she took her front row pew next to Anna Wintour at Sienna and Savannah Miller’s Twenty8Twelve show at the end of the day. Oh, and contrary to what the Daily Mail might be reporting this morning, Anna and Alexa looked like they had plenty to chat about as they waited for the show to start. Is that an American Vogue cover we see in your sights, Ms Chung?

    Star spots of the day: Alexa, Pixie and Peaches at Twenty8Twelve (not to mention Sienna and Savannah on the runway), David Walliams, Lisa Snowdon and Laura Bailey at Jaeger London, and Victoria Beckham herself at the British Fashion Council’s 25th anniversary bash.

    Dress of the day: Luella‘s super-cute polka-dot and rose-print 50s frocks

    Trend of the day: Those jumpsuits are back again, spotted at Jaeger, Twenty8Twelve and Fashion Fringe

    One to watch: JENA.THEO, aka Jenny Holmes and Dimitris Theocharidis, winners of this year’s Fashion Fringe

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    PS We’ve just heard about a free London Fashion Week party that’s open to the public. If you fancy rubbing shoulders with the fashion pack, email for guest entry to Crystallized’s party tonight (Tuesday). With complimentary Champagne on arrival, plus music from world renowned DJ Jerry Bouthier, it’ll certainly beat a night in in front of the box. The party takes place between 5pm and 8pm at 24 Great Marlborough Street, at the top of Carnaby St, opposite Libertys.

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