Feeling a bit blue that #NYFW is already over? Let #LFW cure your doldrums. Featuring over-the-top statement looks like mosaic tiled dresses, jeweled capes and more, London Fashion Week has got it all this season. Thanks to unbelievable like Tom Ford and Christopher Kane, Spring 2014 feels as fresh as ever across the pond. And while the clothing, shoes and bags have us feeling schoolgirl giddy, this season's front row wasn't too shabby either and included heart-stopping appearances by the likes of Harry Styles, Cate Blanchett and the cream of the model crop, Kate Moss.
Speaking of the high order in the modeling world, while #NYFW was all about Karlie, come #LFW, there was really no competing with Cara. Taking back her reign as catwalk queen, our favorite It girl made up for lost time by showing up on almost every British runway — meaning she either opened or closed, or did both. However, not even Cara could save a few collections that had the fashion tweeps feeling less than inspired. To see how these shows ranked according to the biggest names in the fashion business, check out the latest roundup of tFS's #Twitterati.
Harry Styles Steals Spotlight at Burberry
Topshop's Star Studded Front Row
Christopher Kane Delivers Spring's Best Collection Yet
"Everything about @christopherkane made it the show of the season so far down to the flower handbags…" (Jessica Minkoff)
"Christopher Kane's new collection looks pretty major." (Bryan Boy)
Not Surprisingly Tom Ford Oozes Sex Appeal
"Tom Ford's London Show: Sheer Bodysuits, Cate Blanchett, and Visible Thongs." (The Cut)
Emma Hill's Swan Song for Mulberry
"Emma Hill's last collection for Mulberry was a sweet, optimistic farewell to her fans." (W Magazine)
"The Mulberry girl gets a whole lot more mature for spring—& creative director Emma Hill's last collection." (Fashionista.com)
Jonathan Saunders and Other Misses at #LFW
"Anchored in psychedelic colors and Seventies athletic gear, one might call Jonathan Saunders' look slacker chic." (WWD)
"Dear London... Every spring it's always the same story. Florals? Florals? Florals?" (Bryan Boy)