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London Fashion Week entered Day 2 Saturday, featuring dozens of new designs – from dramatic, conceptual creations by Gareth Pugh to more wearable pieces by Julien Macdonald and Emilia Wickstead.Show-stopping looks included a silver fishtail gown dripping in sequins and a lipstick red silk jacket, loosely wrapped around a sheer cocktail dress.It was a refreshingly different show for London, which hasn't seen anything like it for some time.EMILIA WICKSTEAD DOES RETRO ELEGANCEEmilia Wickstead's catwalk was all prim and buttoned-up, its muted pastels, calf-length skirts and gowns with trains evoking a bygone era of elegance and romance.The designer opened with demure outfits in cream, dusty pastel blue, and the palest shade of pink: Simple dresses with gently fluted sleeves, belted wool coats and pleated tweed skirts. Wickstead threw in a few pieces with a different feel – a powder blue halter-neck jumpsuit with a plunging neckline and a dress ensemble in stiff, shiny black PVC – but it's clear she excels at a more understated ladylike look.
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