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Victoria Beckham doesn't need celebrities at her fashion shows -- her A-list family provides more than enough star power.Westwood used her show to spotlight climate change and warn of impending doom, Burberry featured a diverse show of streetwear and elegant classics, and Peter Pilotto showed a wide variety of lovely dresses and jumpsuits.AT ROLAND MOURETRoland Mouret, the designer once best-known for his skin-tight "bandage" dress, has moved on. For the upcoming autumn and winter season, his clothes are all about oversized shapes and mannish suits.There was a creamy white double-breasted trouser suit, and boxy wide blazers were worn over silky, flowing dresses. A slouchy, checked suit with drawstring trousers was paired with a low-cut Lurex top.Many male models were outfitted in dresses or tops and skirts, though others wore beautifully made suits with distinctive draping and a very English look.LOVELY DRESSES, TAILORED OUTFITS BY PETER PILOTTODesigner Peter Pilotto seems to be moving from strength to strength as he solidifies his place as one of London Fashion Week's leading lights.He showed a wide array of very soft, feminine dresses, jumpsuits and tailored tops and skirts, including some asymmetrical, off-the-shoulder dresses made of luscious silk and other fabrics.
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