Kendall Jenner, Anna Wintour, Sir Philip Green, Kate Moss, Lottie Moss, Topshop, LFW

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It was a bright and sunny day in London, and the most celeb-packed day of LFW so far.

The biggest celeb draw of the day was the Topshop Unique show. Anna Wintour, Kate Moss (and her up-and-coming model sister Lottie) and Kendall Jenner—fresh off of NYFW, which included walking the Marc Jacobs show and posing in runway looks with Vogue—shared the front row with Topshop owner Sir Philip Green.

Cara Delevingne, Mulberry, LFW

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Cara Delevingne also made her LFW Fall 2014 debut. At last. Not that we've been waiting (we have). In fact, she made more than just her LFW debut; she also revealed her hotly anticipated handbag collaboration with Mulberry.

Cara Delevingne, Mulberry, LFW

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The collection didn't disappoint at all. Camo totes, dinky backpacks and tiny lion head studs. We want.

Sophia Webster, New York Fashion Week, 2014

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American fashion favorite and overall gorgeous clotheshorse Olivia Palermo has also been out and about today, looking chic and sleek in head to toe black. Flawless.

On the fashion front, Sophia Webster set twitter alight with her crazy-sexy-cool "Pretty Woman's fairytale boudoir" themed presentation. The young footwear designer, who is known for her quirky and incredibly cool designs, is beginning to make us wonder how we ever survived without her shoes in the past.

Temperley London, New York Fashion Week, 2014

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Temperley London (favorite of Kate Middleton) showed in the afternoon. Sadly, there were no royals in the house, but Joely Richardson, Yasmin and Amber Le Bon and Peaches Geldof were all there to admire the baroque florals and sweeping gowns.

Vivienne Westwood, New York Fashion Week, 2014


And last but not least, there was Vivienne Westwood's Red Label show. The collection was a mashup of tartan, '50s references, fur, '80s working girl and stylized tailoring—with just a dash of Victoriana. In short, the grande dame of British fashion did what she does best.

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