Jenny Packham, described as "queen of the red carpet gown" by Vogue magazine, showcased her collection on the third day of London Fashion week.
Armand Basi One designer Markus Lupfer says he loves "graphic elements with clean lines and styles that are fashionable but timeless".
Top model Agyness Deyn in a creation by her friend Henry Holland during his show at Bloomsbury Ballroom.
Betty Jackson, who has been showing at the fashion week for 25 years, describes her designs as, "easy, fabulous and gorgeous".
Jo Wood and Leah Wood were among the celebrity guests at Betty Jackson's show at the BFC Tent, The Natural History Museum.
Richard Nicoll, who grew up in Australia, describes his creations as "democratic, idiosyncratic clothes for life".
Meanwhile, the Science Museum's Dana Centre is offering an alternative to London Fashion week with dresses made from smart textiles, such as fibre optic woven fabric.