The show is taking place as part of the London Design Festival.
Campbell wore a “gunshot wound” printed dress before she walked the runway in Valentino couture.
Reformation took over a Notting Hill skateboarding park, Gabriela Hearst danced the night away at Claridge’s, while Peggy Gou toasted her label Kirin’s U.K. launch with Browns.
The book launched this week with portraits of scarred, disfigured women.
The most notable labels at the showcase were Maarknull and Underage, whose collections were steeped in nostalgic street and club references.
Darren Read and Caroline Crosswell talked about the cycling brand’s rapid growth and how it’s staying true to its mission.
Emerging designers at London Fashion Week’s fall 2018 showcase showed off looks stretching from the traditional and tailored to Seventies-inspired.
Buyers from both sides of the Atlantic touted the ranges for their homespun techniques, use of rich fabrics and heritage themes.
Buyers focused on smaller and emerging brands — and said the city was full of innovation and fresh ideas.
Among the standout shows were Burberry, Christopher Kane, Erdem, Simone Rocha, Mary Katrantzou, Roksanda, Marques’Almeida, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi and Halpern, buyers said.