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LFW TIMELINEcocosa.comMONDAY 19TH SEPTEMBERTUESDAY 20TH SEPTEMBERWEDNESDAY 21ST SEPTEMBERANTONIO BERARDIQUEEN ELIZABETH HALLAs ever, the Antonio Berardi show delivers a moment of calm amid the fashion frenzy, with the designer's romantic designs weaving around the catwalk. CHRISTOPHER KANEONE NEW CHANGEThe hottest ticket in town, Christopher Kane's show moves the more emotional members of the audience to tears. We couldn't see any tears from Anna Wintour, but then she was wearing sunglasses.We meet Vogue Japan's Anna Dello Russo at the Van der Ham show and she tells us she is most looking forward to Mary Katrantzou - are you at the wrong show Anna?!MARK FASTSOMERSET HOUSELive Tweet: @ElizaDoolittle on the front row at #MarkFast. Tassels, crochet and exposed mid drifts shine through #lfw.LOUISE GRAYWATERLOO STATIONFashion East founder Lulu Kennedy pays homage to her prodigy, Louise Gray, by wearing her signature AW11 spots on the FROW. TODD LYNNSOMERSET HOUSETodd Lynn's reposed tailoring adopts the ready-to-wear brief to perfection. GILESROYAL COURTS OF JUSTICEDesigner extraordinaire Giles Deacon blows us away with Venetian-inspired theatrics, laser-cut leather and feathers. High security measures at the Royal Courts mean our bags are scanned on entry. MARY KATRANTZOUWATERLOO STATIONFrom the carnations lining the catwalk to the sculptural tin-can dress finale, this show is a resounding success. MEADHAM KIRCHHOFF WATERLOO STATIONFrothy tutus, baby doll make-up and glitterball pom-pom heels; at no other show do our eyes dart around so frantically, taking in every wonderful detail. DAVID KOMAWATERLOO STATIONSpace-age tribal prints and laser-cut leather bring pattern cutting into sharp focus. David Koma's first standalone show is a well-executed success. JW ANDERSONSOMERSET HOUSELive tweet: Paisley prints, embellishment and soft mint hues at #JWAnderson's show so far #LFWMDCHRISTOPHER SHANNONSOMERSET HOUSELive tweet: Block colour met steel greys in #ChristopherShannon's collection. Now on to #MAN #LFWMDTOPMAN DESIGNROYAL OPERA HOUSELive tweet: Expecting Eastern influences and rich burnt colours from SS12's #TopmanDesign collection. Can't wait for the show to start! #LFW/MD.and we weren't disappointed.OLIVER SPENCERMERCER STREET STUDIOSThe casting is as outstanding as last season, with GQ writer Jamie Millar walking the catwalk alongside a selection of quirky characters.MR STARTST MARTINS LANE HOTELThis static presentation of cropped summer suits fills us with the joys of spring.RAKECLARIDGE'SWe ascend to the penthouse suite of Claridge's and enter the Rake presentation, where debonair gents in elegant suiting mingle alongside Reggie Yates and Dermot O'Leary. We, meanwhile, take in the spectacular views of London and reflect on an outstanding week - one which the city should be proud of.MICHAEL VAN DER HAMWATERLOO STATIONFor SS12, I wanted to modernise the grungy, laid-back women in Joseph Szabo's photographs- MICHAEL VAN DER HAM -

cocosa.comMEN'S SHOWSSS12's menswear look is one of extremes as tropical prints and block brights were shown alongside darker, simple suiting and multi-layersOLIVERSPENCERCALVINKLEINDKNYNEWYORKLONDONMILANPARISICEBERGACNETOPMANDESIGNMICHAELKORSMAISONMARTINMARGIE COSTUMENATIONALHOMMEHERMÈSDOLCE & GABBANAKENZOAGNÈSBEMPORIOARMANIAQUASCUTUMBALMAINPRADACORNELIANIHARDYAMIESSS SHOWS34