It was the display of floral prints and 18th century-inspired designs on the second day of the London Fashion Week.

The novelty in creations was evident at the ramp whether it was the colourful floral prints from Issa or the traditional designs from Alice Temperley.

London designers' innovative ideas were also on display with surprise presentations of the creations in different settings.

Stella McCartney used the flash mob concept in presenting the creations when her models suddenly appeared and started moving amidst a sit down dinner.

"It was a good idea, and she made it work," the Associated Press quoted model Bianca Jagger, as saying.

Take a look at the second day of the London Fashion Week:

Model presents creation at Temperley 2012 Autumn/Winter collection show during London Fashion Week.Reuters
A model presents a creation at the Issa 2012 Autumn/Winter collection during London Fashion Week in London on February 18, 2012.Reuters
A model presents a creation at the Issa 2012 Autumn/Winter collection during London Fashion Week in London on February 18, 2012.Reuters
Model presents creation at Issa 2012 Autumn/Winter collection during London Fashion Week in London.Reuters
A model presents a creation at the House of Holland 2012 Autumn/Winter collection show during London Fashion Week.Reuters
A model presents a creation at the Temperley 2012 Autumn/Winter collection show during London Fashion Week.Reuters
A model presents a creation at the Temperley 2012 Autumn/Winter collection show during London Fashion WeekReuters
Models present creations at Temperley 2012 Autumn/Winter collection show during London Fashion Week.Reuters
A model presents a creation at the House of Holland 2012 Autumn/Winter collection show during London Fashion WeekReuters
Models present creations at the House of Holland 2012 Autumn/Winter collection show during London Fashion Week.Reuters