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London Fashion Week was bigger and better this year with plenty of international celebrities flying to the UK to catch the shows
London, Madrid and New York Fashion Weeks are now over but what an exciting fortnight has been!
Colour company Pantone has released the hue trends for next spring and summer with beautiful orange, blue, coral and terracotta shades making the 2011 hotter months a vibrant season.
New York kicked off with Victoria Beckham's catwalk show which received favourable acclaim with its structured lines. Onestopplus.com was applauded for using only plus sized models in its show, proving that big is as beautiful.
Madrid Fashion Week saw designer Juan Duyos using older models, over 70 year olds in fact!
Madrid proved particularly creative with plenty of arrestingly stunning garments, which may not be easy to pull off, but were certainly a joy to look at.
The front row in London was populated by lots of celebrities, including queen fashionista Sarah Jessica Parker.
Everyone's favourite designers Dolce and Gabbana threw a bash to celebrate Naomi Campbell's 25 years in the fashion industry; Kate Moss unveiled her new bag collection for French label Longchamp, new teenage model Nina Porter took a tumble on Burbery Prorsum's runaway and Daisy Lowe modelled for Vivienne Westwood.
Campbell, Moss, Sarah Jessica Parker, heiress Daphne Guiness and the rest of the fashion creme gathered in London to remember their friend, designer Alexander McQueen, who sadly passed away in February.