High Fives: Best Dressed of London Fashion Week

Think of London fashion Week as New York's funky, experimental sibling, complete with Boy George's hot pink fedora and Kate Bosworth's head-to-toe studded ensemble.

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Think of London Fashion Week as the rowdier, funkier version of New York Fashion Week, where nobody -- including the usually prim Kate Bosworth -- is immune from the pull of head-to-toe brass studs.
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Studs abounded at Burberry's front row, where Stella Tennant wore this punky embellished moto jacket.
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Also at Burberry, Jacquetta Wheeler sported this terrific spring-transition ensemble, complete with opaque tights and a bright poppy-print skirt.
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Alexa Chung kept it casual for London Fashion Week, but certainly no less chic. A pale blue bag added a pop of color to her all-black outfit at Burberry.
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Yasmin Le Bon sported an appropriately eclectic mini-dress with an enormous fur coat to Mary Katrantzou.
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Anna Wintour seems to be working a signature long-skirted look this season. This version in a bright leaf motif made its appearance at Nicole Farhi.
Margot Stilley appeared to be prepped for warmer weather in a feathered polka-dot mini-dress at Julien MacDonald.
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Even the always-epic Daphne Guiness kept it (comparatively) toned down for the London shows in a sleek white trench and turquoise Mary Janes.
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Daisy Lowe looked stylishly unkempt at Christopher Kane, to which she wore this mixed-media denim and leather jacket.
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Christopher Kane had tons of stylish ladies in attendance, but we especially liked this lime-green number on Jane Parfitt.
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It must have been sunny in London, because Alexa favored a sweet vintage dress and preppy cardigan to Christopher Kane's presentation.
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Singer Marina and the Diamonds was right on trend for summer clad in a flowy hot pink skirt and brightly-colored wedges.
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Certainly one of the most stylish guests in attendance at PPQ's fall presentation was a "blow-up" front row celebrity, complete with an olive green overcoat and plastic lap dog.
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The always-sophisticated Samantha Cameron made an appearance at Holly Fulton sporting a simple khaki overcoat and perfectly cropped jeans.
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Vivienne Westwood's front rows are among the most colorfully-clad in all of fashion. This week, Boy George was rocking a hot pink fedora.
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