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From young talents like Alexa Chung and Simone Rocha to London design veteran Jasper Conran, London Fashion Week showed off a diverse range of womenswear ideas for the upcoming autumn and winter season with a busy day of catwalk shows Saturday.That irreverent, street-wise London sass was on full display at House of Holland's show, where designer Henry Holland threw together '80s power dressing, Asian dress details and loud, clashing tie-dye prints for his latest collection.Holland said the show was all about the rebellious, and indeed these were flamboyant, look-at-me statement clothes. There was no single look to the show, but Rocha did experiment with outfits that used sparkly bras or camisole tops on top of dresses.Elaborate coat-dresses, some with gauzy skirts, appeared, along with ethereal, pale pink dresses and one extremely gaudy gold number.Chung showed an easy, eclectic touch in a collection that included long black coats, several sexy gold dresses, and a few beautiful green midi dresses, including one that she wore to the show.
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