After taking a day to heat up, London Fashion Week 2014 hit a show-biz high as celebrities in their droves arrived over the weekend.
Fresh from her appearances at New York Fashion Week, Anna Wintour touched down on British soil to attend the Hunter Original show on day two of the star-studded event.
Wearing her signature black sunglasses and a blue patterned dress, the fashion power house observed the quintessential British label's SS15 offerings from the front row.
The Vogue editor-in-chief sat next to designer Stella McCartney who was there to support her Hunter creative director husband Alasdhair Willis.
Sir Paul McCartney, Nancy Shevell and 'It girl' Lady Mary Charteris also took front row seats.
On the same day, Nicole Scherzinger and a host of famous ladies including Poppy Delevingne, Cat Deeley and Olivia Palermo brought glamour to Matthew Williamson's seventies-inspired catwalk display in the BFC showspace.
Former X Factor judge Scherzinger showed off her eye for style in a black leather skirt, flower embroidered red knit top and lace up boots, but then had a quick outfit change for the Temperley London show, where she wore an insect print mini dress and thigh-high black boots.
Anna Friel, Amber Le Bon and Pixie Lott also arrived at the Temperley show in elegant chic ensembles, fitting in well with the English designer's lady-like collection .
In a stark contrast, it was more 'girls gone wild' at the House of Holland show as all of London's cool crowd were out in full force to observe the edgy designer's latest offerings, which included bomber jackets and bags emblazoned with the logo 'tricks'.
Rita Ora arrived in a controversial Enfants Riches Déprimés T-shirt with the slogan 'Teen C**t' and sporting a new pineapple hairdo.
Daisy Lowe, Alexa Chung, Pixie Geldof, Nicola Roberts and Ella Eyre were all spotted in the front row undoubtedly gaining inspiration from the zany collection for their next nights out.