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The Best Street Style From London Fashion Week

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London Fashion Week may be the shortest in the industry's month-long runway schedule, but it definitely doesn't skimp in the street style department. This season, a who's who of the fashion industry hopped on red-eye flights to the U.K. mere hours after Marc Jacobs wrapped up his elaborate runway presentation at the end of NYFW. The shows in London lasted for around five days with big shows from Burberry and Christopher Kane and insane amounts of cheeky British street style to boot.

The biggest trends in London included platform sandals (extra points if paired with socks), artsy patterns, and bomber jackets, because London's winter is a little more forgiving than New York's. It also wouldn't be London Fashion Week without loads and loads of trainers (a cooler word for sneakers from our friends across the pond). Stan Smith Adidas were probably the most prevalent, but there were also some subtle nods to other classic brands like Vans and Converse.

Peruse the entirety of our London street style photos in the gallery above while everyone makes their way to the next city on the fashion month schedule — Milan.