London Fashion Week: the top shows this year

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London Fashion Week: the top shows this year

Sonya Esman

She’s the fashion blogger who is making huge waves in the fashion world.

Sonya Esman talk through the main designers at London Fashion Week.

Sonya, native to Toronto, has been blogging and YouTubing side the very beginning on all things fashion and it seems to be going very well as she has 200,000 followers on Twitter and more than a million views on Youtube.

She plans to go to London Fashion Week and has just got of a plane from the New York one

She talks about the what she is expecting the upcoming shows.

 

Emily O'Brian

Emily O’Brien, Editor-in-Chief of Styloko.com, joined London Live ahead of London Fashion Week to give her take on the shows that can’t be missed. 

Emily O'Brien talks about popular shows ahead of London Fashion Week.
 
Emily, who’s contributed to everyone from Cosmopolitan UK to Marie Claire has also hosted catwalk shows for Britain’s Next Top Model Live and the Ideal Home Show, so her inside scoop is well worth making a note of. 

London Fashion Week has become something of a London institution and features designers from across the world and is regarded as a pivotal date in any fashionista’s diary. 

The models will be taking to the runways today.

 

Pictures by Bespoke Film. 

 

 

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