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Anything goes as the fashion pack descends on London to take in the latest runway shows, where bright colors, clashing neons, a '70s stylish vibe and sports chic vied for attention. Veteran designer Jasper Conran, model turned designer Alexa Chung and House of Holland were among those showcasing their spring and summer designs at Day 2 of London Fashion Week Saturday.Conran, one of the founding designers of London Fashion Week, chose the Royal Academy of Arts as his show venue and fittingly offered up a collection of bold, saturated colors – and a surprising dose of women's rights activism.There were monochrome striped dresses, graphic prints, beautifully tailored bias-cut dresses and sporty outfits, all in clashing hues taken straight from the artist's paint box: pea green, tangerine, butter yellow and fire engine red. CHUNGLong a fashion week regular, model and TV presenter Alexa Chung made her debut as a designer at London Fashion Week.
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