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London Fashion Week rolled out the big guns Monday, with British design powerhouse Burberry hosting the glitziest catwalk show of the season. Hunter, the maker of the classic Wellington boots, evoked wild Scottish countryside with indoor waterfalls, while Christopher Kane seduced with clothes featuring nude life drawings.Here FASHIONABLY LATE – OR NOT?The fashion industry is notorious for its lax timekeeping – a half-hour delay is normal – but unusually strict show times at Burberry meant that one very late guest almost didn't get to see the show.With the Oscars clashing with London Fashion Week, the past few days have seen a dearth of big names gracing catwalk front rows.A tan suede cape dress, covered all over with tiers of fringes – and worn with tasseled shoe-boots, no less – won approving nods from the stars and models gathered in the front row.Burberry is the biggest and most successful British brand at London Fashion Week, and it's a fairly safe bet that whatever Bailey sends down the catwalk will be copied in a few months in a store near you.Bailey said he was "intensely proud" that Eddie Redmayne – who had modeled for Burberry – won best actor at the Oscars Sunday.
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