Welcome to part two of this season's fashion marathon, where the international fash-pack have swapped the snow storms of New York for the torrential rain of London. Glam.
The first big show of the day was Felder Felder (designed by the impossibly gorgeous twin sisters Annette and Daniela Felder), which was watched on from the front row by Amber Le Bon, Net-a-Porter founder and British Fashion Council chairman Natalie Massenet and The Saturdays singer Vanessa White. The sisters kicked off the day in style, sending models down the catwalk in earthy greens, berry reds, and of course some of their signature black leather.
The 'out there' award of the day goes to another design duo, Fyodor Golan (made up of Latvian Fyodor Podgorny and Israeli Golan Frydman), who debuted a skirt made of smart phones, which they created in collaboration with Nokia. Well, that's one way to stay connected! The rest of their show, which was inspired by their travels in Southeast Asia, was equally eye-catching and only slightly more wearable. Shocking pinks (which coordinated perfectly with the pink Astro Turf of their catwalk venue), sequins, metallics and high-shine leather made for a young, fun and adventurous collection.
Back in the wearable world, Korean-born designer Eudon Choi showed a more traditional collection. Cropped trousers, high necklines and boyfriend coats in a classic winter palette of black and greys with highlights of bright cobalt blue, oranges and touches of fuchsia made for a smart, laid-back and practical collection. Eudon may have only been showing at LFW for eight seasons, but he's fast gaining a loyal following. Definitely one to watch.