Roll up, roll up, London Fashion Week is here! In an aid to keep things short and snappy, we’ve kept each show review to 180 characters, in homage to the BFC show space address. Keep on reading to find out the best bits of LFW Day Three.

Preen by Thornton Bregazzi 
The AW20 show was a lot more than the floral dresses, that the brand is helmed for. Their tailoring and distorted jumper dresses, showed a masculine side to their feminine identity.

Roland Mouret
While his show theme may have been about Thatcherite/80s Britain, his clothes were 2020 appropriate. Expect skirt suits, capes and dresses in shades of candy floss, sherbet and pearl.

This season, Osman chose not to present any of his collection, and opted to showcase his new film, ‘Her Dreams Are Bigger’, which brings to light the realities of fast fashion.

Chalayan's show was a showcasing of extreme tailoring talent. His exploration of different cultures relationships with their environments, led him to create innovative ways of draping.

MM6 Maison Margiela
A truly immersive show experience, MM6 took us behind the scenes, as attendees were invited to follow the models backstage, into hair and make-up, and other hidden corners of the 'runway'.

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