In Pictures: Frills and leopard print on show as London Fashion Week kicks off

An audience of thousands made up of buyers, media, designers and models from 50 countries and all five continents have descended on London for five days of catwalk shows and presentations, which kicked off on Friday.

A masked model on the catwalk during the Pam Hogg show (Ian West/PA)

Unusual headgear at the Pam Hogg show (Ian West/PA)

Ellie Winstone modelled for Pam Hogg (Ian West/PA)

A leopard print look on the Nicopanda catwalk (Isabel Infantes/PA)

High fashion shades on the Nicopanda catwalk (Isabel Infantes/PA)

A medieval theme at the Ryan Lo show (Isabel Infantes/PA)

Plus size model Felicity Hayward was at the Marta Jakubowski show (Isabel Infantes/PA)

Fashion model Daisy Lowe attended the Marta Jakubowski show (Isabel Infantes/PA)

Fashion blogger Zlatina Jekova, from Bulgaria, wore a Bershka jumpsuit and Lola Boutique shoes (Isabel Infantes/PA)

Matching hat and boots at the Ryan Lo show (Isabel Infantes/PA)

Last-minute make-up backstage during the Nicopanda show (Isabel Infantes/PA)

Nick Rhodes was at the Pam Hogg show (Ian West/PA)

Ray Winstone wore a double breasted suit to attend the show (Ian West/PA)

Striking headgear at the Pam Hogg show (Ian West/PA)

- Press Association


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