Jenna Coleman dazzles at Burberry's LFW show

Jenna Coleman proved herself to be something of a trend-setter as she headed to Burberry’s glamorous London Fashion Week show.

Deciding against a dress, the actress looked super stylish in a pair of high-waisted maroon trousers and a long dark blue coat, with her brunette locks down.

Jenna was joined by the likes of Cara Delevingne, Lily James, Nicholas Hoult and Laura Bailey at Maker’s House in Soho.

Cara went for a dramatic look herself, opting for a black dress and cape.

Alexa Chung positively sparkled in a short dress emblazoned with sequins.

Felicity Jones was also there to see the luxury label’s latest styles, looking ethereal in a delicate white dress.

Lily James was undoubtedly fashion forward, in a flowing jacket dress.

And of course no fashion show would really be complete without Vogue royalty Anna Wintour.

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