Comments 14 FEBRUARY 2013

A look back at last season's highlights

Fashion fans, rejoice – it's that time of year again.

London Fashion Week will kick off on Friday with what's set to be another fabulous four days of must-see shows, glitzy parties and front row celeb spotting.

But while we wait to see what the capital of cool has up its sleeve this time around, let's take a moment to cast our minds back to the best moments of last season. With magic, madness and Mulberry dogs, it’s worth revisiting.

Creative director Christopher Bailey once again managed to wow the A-list crowd — not to mention the million others watching — with a sexy, shiny display 

A jacquard peacoat-clad poodle managed to upstage the Mulberry models 

Supermodel Alice Dellal was the star attraction at Pam Hogg 

Harry Styles was said to be lending support to his reported girlfriend Cara Delevingne at the time. The One Direction star came over all shy when asked about the model of the moment's performance following the show. "Cara was great," he said. "She did a great job, she looked amazing." 

Philip Treacy's breathtaking Michael Jackson-inspired display featured actual outfits from the pop legend's archives 

Ballerinas entertained the show-goers at Carlotta Actis Barone sporting intricate designs and bright patterns 

Lady Gaga ramped up the star power, turning up wearing a gigantic floral headpiece that almost entirely covered her face. She also took to the stage to open the Philip Treacy show, introducing the designer as "the greatest milliner of all time" 

Former rugby star Thom Evans looked delighted to be sandwiched between brunette beauties Daisy Lowe and girlfriend Kelly Brook 

Sporting hotpants, a climate revolution t-shirt and a drawn-on moustache, 71-year-old Vivienne Westwood stunned with her show-stopping finale 

After a fantastic summer that saw him bag an Olympic gold and the US Open title, Andy Murray received the seal of approval from the most powerful person in fashion - Anna Wintour. Andy's girlfriend Kim looked delighted to be seated next to the iconic editor on the front row at Burberry 

Andy wasn't the only Olympic gold medallist who had turned up to cast a discerning eye over the brand's latest confections — cycling star Victoria Pendleton had glammed up for the stylish occasion. She was joined by Dita von Teese and Harry Styles 

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