Womenswear SS13: London Calling

Dazed's fashion team round up their London Fashion Week Womenswear SS13 highlights

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Meadham Kirchhoff

"I'm so over the moon for Lucas [Nascimento] and how he really pulled it out of the bag this season. A designer's second season is difficult, especially following up a great fashion week debut, plus add to that the complexity of designing knitwear for Spring Summer. Hiromi elevated the collection even further with her incredible multi-coloured metallic eye make-up." Karen Langley, fashion director

"My highlights were Ryan Lo, Luetton Postle and Lucas Nascimento. It's exciting to see a new generation of talented new designers, which we have supported from the beginning in Dazed, start to get recognised internationally, and get more confident with their collections. I also loved the Christopher Kane show. His innovative use of materials and their combinations were genius. Simone Rocha showed yet another great collection, she seems to get more confident with every season. Meadham Kirchoff is always a fun show and a great London fashion week finale." Robbie Spencer, senior fashion editor

"Thomas Tait's venue was so fun. It was the skatepark on the South Bank. I really loved it! I also loved seeing the models at Meadham Kirchhoff being sassy, especially Renee van Seggern closing the show whilst coyly eating a cupcake." Emma Wyman, deputy fashion editor

"My favourite parts of LFW were the McQ store opening - such a great sci-fi/baron interior, it sets the mood perfectly for the current collection with magic mirrors (check out the picture Dean and I tweeted live from the mirror!) and high tech display tables where you decide what is displayed on the walls. And then the Christopher Kane collection with its homemade/found objects aesthetic of taped clothing, bolts instead of seams and telephone wire shoes - something only he could make look elegant." Elizabeth Fraser-Bell, deputy fashion editor 

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