See London Fashion Week from a celeb's eye view

Ever wondered what it’s like to experience London Fashion Week like a VIP?

Well, some of the top guests and models have been sharing their view from the front row and gossip from backstage.

Hailey Baldwin showed us the difference between the very unglamorous process of getting ready for a show, versus the finished result for the catwalk.

She captioned the first one: “Lol. Only for you @kegrand #bleachedbrows @babbym”

While this one read: “thank u for having me open and close your show @julienmacdonald JulienMacdonaldSS17″

Alexa Chung is as well known for her love of fashion as she is for her TV presenting, so of course she managed to get backstage at Ashley Williams, where she looked like she could fit right in at the show.

How’s this for a pair of front row fashion fans? Fearne Cotton wrote: “@tomdaley1994 and me with my chuffed face #LFW”

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Pixie Lott had fun at Markus Lupfer before her last two Breakfast At Tiffany’s shows.

Meanwhile, Henry Holland was feeling all nostalgic about his first London Fashion Week collection, which he showed with Agyness Deyn’s help. He wrote: “10 years, 20 shows and many more collections later and we’re still here. It’s been an amazing journey and it’s far from over! #HouseofHolland10 #HouseofHolland #LFW #HOHSS17″

And Ella Eyre shared with us what day two of the event had been like for her. She wrote: “day 2 has been absolutely manic, started off bright and early at the Jasper Conran show #LFW”

Later, she captioned another snap: “beautiful show once again @julienmacdonald, thank you for having us #LFW”

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