Furry textures, rustic shades, red label looks and much more were on display during the Day 3 of the London Fashion Week as industry giants Mulberry and Vivienne Westwood presented their Autumn/Winter 2012 collections.
For the British high-end luxury brand, Mulberry, the focus was more on shaggy Mongolian fur from coats, jackets to gilets and wedgie ankle boots.
The entire collection has been said to be inspired by Maurice Sendak's "Where the Wild Things Are", a children picture book along with a small nod to the Muppets.
The creative director of the brand, Emma Hill confirmed that she was inspired by both Sendak's beloved book and by Spike Jonze's movie adaptation while designing the collection.
The Associated Press mentioned that some of the cartoon owlish creatures even found their way onto a model's printed sweater, and at one point the catwalk was invaded by a particularly shaggy dog, dressed in a tiger-striped canine-sized sweater.
However, at the same time, the creations are wearable along with a few standout dresses.
Apart from Mulberry, the focus was also on British designer, Vivienne Westwood who is often credited for bringing modern punk and new wave fashions into the mainstream.
The designer's Red Label look brought a new fresh twist to the ramp and attracted a lot of celebrities.
Start the slideshow and take a look at the highlights from Day 3 London Fashion Week: