LFW AW15: The weird and the wonderful

Feb 24, 2015 at 10:52 a.m. ET
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The beauty of LFW is that there's something for everyone. If you like your style to have a whimsical edge, check out these weird and wonderful highlights from the last few days in the fashion capital.

Henry Holland's conveyor belt catwalk

The House of Holland models strutted down a moving catwalk to Bruno Mars' "Uptown Funk," wearing a range of fun coats in every colour from the crayon box.

Henry Holland at London Fashion Week AW15

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Sophia Webster's contorting models

Crowds were treated to performance art at Sophia Webster's "Freak Like Me" themed show. The trampolining clowns and contortionists in lace-up neon heels almost stole the show from the sphere-brandishing models.

Sophia Webster at London Fashion Week AW15

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Anya Hindmarch's traffic-stopping show

Hindmarch showcased clothes for the first time at LFW AW15, as well as her signature quirky bags. This collection's theme was the M25, with words inspired by traffic sign graphics positioned in humorous places.

Anya Hindmarch at London Fashion Week AW15

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Ashley Williams' "don't look at me" hats

Ashley Williams also featured slogans in her collection with "Last Chance to Escape Planet Earth" and "Plastic Surgery" patched onto her garments. But it was her huge furry hats that caught our eye. Perfect for those bad hair/bad everything days when you just don't feel like making eye contact.

Ashley Williams at London Fashion Week AW15

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Street Style

Trends aren't just started on the catwalk. The city's fashionistas have been out in force during LFW, keen to show off their unique personal style. From eyes on trainers and blue faux fur with bare legs, to football scarves and SpongeBob SquarePants-themed outfits, we'll let you decide what's weird and what's wonderful.

Street style at London Fashion Week AW15

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Street style at London Fashion Week AW15

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Street style at London Fashion Week AW15

Photo credit: Timur Emek/Entertainment/Getty Images

Street style at London Fashion Week AW15

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