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10 Standout looks from LFW that weren’t on the catwalk

The front row at LFW attracts almost as much attention as what’s on the catwalk. Here are 10 of our top looks from the AW15 crowd.

Millie Mackintosh

Former Made in Chelsea star Millie Mackintosh compared her outfit for the Giles show on Monday night to a flamingo. We loved her fluffy feathery jacket and white wide leg trousers combo.

Millie Mackintosh at London Fashion Week AW15

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Laura Whitmore

TV presenter Laura Whitmore seemed to be taking a leaf out of Uma Thurman’s book at the Jasper Conran show with a mascara-free makeup look. But it was her white silky sports luxe outfit from Conran’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection that did it for us. The look was finished off perfectly with a pair of white ankle boots embellished with bows, spots and frills.

Laura Whitmore at London Fashion Week AW15

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Cara Delevingne

The girl that can pull off any look always looks best when she’s dressed down. To cheer on BFF Kendall Jenner from the front row at the Giles show, she gave her slim fit black trousers and double-breasted coat a lift with strappy black sandals.

Cara Delevingne at London Fashion Week AW15

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Yasmin le Bon

Yasmin le Bon teamed an Emilia Wickstead polo neck, flares and waterfall coat to watch the designer’s show at London Fashion Week. The vintage Dior bag gives the outfit an edge.

Yasmin Le Bon at London Fashion Week AW15

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Rosie Fortescue

Rosie Fortescue joined her reality TV pal Millie Mackintosh for the Julien Macdonald show and looked stunning in a black scallop edged dress, long green coat and statement cage effect sandals.

Rosie Fortescue at London Fashion Week AW15

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Alexa Chung

Alexa Chung embraced the latex trend at the Christopher Kane show, teaming her zip front pencil skirt with a monochrome sweater.

Alexa Chung at London Fashion Week AW15

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Whitney Port

US reality star turned designer Whitney Port stood out at the Julien Macdonald show in a blue print dress with a semi sheer bodice by the designer. Her bright red bag was the perfect accessory.

Whitney Port at London Fashion Week AW15

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Daisy Lowe

Daisy Lowe went for a 1950s vibe at the Emilia Wickstead show in a roll neck sweater and full skirt in different shades of blue.

Daisy Lowe at London Fashion Week AW15

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Laura Carmichael and Natalie Dormer

Two of our favourite British actresses, Downton Abbey‘s Laura Carmichael and Games of Thrones’ Natalie Dormer, showed off their style credentials at the Roksanda show, both opting for the colour block trend that’s huge this year. We love Laura’s Roksanda long sleeve top in grey and orange with a navy midi skirt, which looks even better next to Natalie’s neon pink and black Roksanda Camely waistcoat.

Laura Carmichael and Natalie Dormer at London Fashion Week AW15

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