Comments 20 FEBRUARY 2013

Fashion highlights from the capital of cool

After a fabulous, fashion-packed four days in the capital, London Fashion Week has drawn to a close.

The fashion world has packed up ready to move on to Milan, but we are still buzzing from all the brilliant moments that the capital of cool delivered.

From British brand Burberry's super starry front row to model of the moment Cara Delevingne's multiple stunning turns on the catwalks, London put on a great show – here are HELLO! Online's best bits.

As usual, Burberry drew a starry crowd. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Rita Ora and Freida Pinto all turned out to watch Christopher Bailey unveil his latest confections 

With her larger-than-life personality and grungy London style, Cara Delevingne kept fashion week insiders well and truly entertained. Here, she she strikes a pose with Alexa Chung at Mulberry, hangs out with best friend and fellow model Jourdan Dunn at the Rihanna for River Island show and puts her quirky style on display at Somerset House 

Cara was Issa's main attraction 

Jaime Winstone showed off her eccentric look at the Julien Macdonald show while a bevy of beautiful blondes, including Mollie King, Laura Whitmore and Pixie Lott, hit the David Koma show 

With shimmering sequins, heavy fringing, plunging necklines and party girl hemlines, Julien's collection was young, fun and flirty 

Matthew Williamson poses up with his army of models after a successful show 

Backstage mayhem as an army of hair stylists and make-up artist prepare the Moschino models 

Greek-born, London-based designer Mary Katrantzou drew inspiration from the shadowy vistas found in black-and-white photographers for her Autumn/Winter 2013 collection 

Lana Del Rey and Alexa Chung added some A-list glitz to the front row of the Mulberry show 

Shades of grey reigned at the Richard Nicoll show 

Front row regulars Olivia Palermo and Pixie Lott ramp up the star power at Temperley 

Zeynep Tosun unveiled some striking designs that impressed the fashion elite 

The trend du jour, monochrome, takes over at Carlota Actis 

Grande dame of fashion Vivienne Westwood is surrounded by her models who are sporting painted-on clown faces

 

Victoria Beckham joined Diane Von Furstenberg and Donatella Versace to judge the Wookmark prize 

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