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 Four.

Paula Knorr
This season, the brand introduced shades of canary, mandarin and fuchsia, as well as incorporating recycled sequins and ECONYL nylon into the AW20 collection.

Huishan Zhang
For AW20, the devil was in the (shoulder) detail. Either appearing as fully inflated forms, or gaining volume through numerous layers of tulle, his delights were all wearable classics.

Elegant and elevated, Erdem's usual tropes were approached with a modern shade range of chartreuse and silver. Along with the ballgowns, expect feminine suiting, amongst faux leather coats.

JW Anderson
JW's AW20 message? Be bold. Using a range of eye-catching fabrics (hello tinsel), the designer also amped up the volume, creating balloon forms that were on the maximal side of minimal.

Christopher Kane
Christopher Kane is bringing sexy back! AW20 saw a whole lotta lace, bodysuits that didn't leave much to the imagination and the new and improved slip dress.

Burberry, who presented a record breaking 100 looks, played with the act of distorting. Check shirts were made into dresses oozing with sex appeal, rugby sweatshirts were made into ponchos.

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