See Our Favourite Street Style Looks At London Fashion Week

HEADER IMAGE Featuring photography by Jazmine Schultz and Molly Martin.

There was an electrifying energy on the streets of London this Fashion Week, with in-person schedules finally back in order. The world’s fashion elite landed on the centre of the capital, at The Old Selfridge’s Hotel, where the British Fashion Council’s NEWGEN showspace hosted newcomers Connor Ives, S.S. Daley and Robyn Lynch as well as hotly-anticipated returnees Nensi Dojaka, Saul Nash and BFC/GQ Designer Fashion Fund winner Ahluwalia.

Elsehwere in London, designers set to amplify their collections using teh city’s breathtaking architecture – Bora Aksu took its signature feminine ruffles to St James’ Church, while David Koma opted for the (slightly battered) Millenum Dome, Ozwald Boateng lit up The Savoy Theatre with his celebration of Black while Molly Goddard‘s models took a dip at Seymour Leisure Centre.

Some of the event’s most showstopping looks, however, did not come from runways. Shot by students from Leeds University Fashion Photography BA, see below a selection of our favourite looks from outside the shows:

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