LONDON FASHION WEEK SPECIAL IN&OUTTONIGHT FASHION SPY By Louise Roe SIXSUPER Geeky specs RED, 99 Dollond & Aitchison at All that glitters: Emma Watson wears Burberry Prorsum to the catwalk show STREETSTYLEInassociationwithSpecsavers CLEAR PINK FRAMES, 130 Fabris Lane at CLUBMASTERS, 109 Ray-Ban at David Clulow THICK TORTOISESHELL, 75 Specsavers at TORTOISESHELL RETRO, 150 Luella by Linda Farrow PALE BLUE, 29 F ROM the weird and the wonderful, to the downright outrageous, you can always rely on London Fashion Week as a good indica- tor of what we should be wearing once the season really gets under way. Of course, everything is seriously amped up for LFW, and the fashion pack put some serious welly into crafting the perfect on-trend looks. Some of these are created simply for attention-seeking, while others are genuinely stylish and offer us a slice of whats to come. One of the strongest trends spotted had already started creeping in at the end of the summer -- the return of shoulder pads. Now for autumn, we have extreme shoulder-padded dresses, blouses, tops and jackets. Its up to you how sharp you go, but to capture the authentic Balmain look (the designer who pioneered the trend), they need to be high, wide, and aggressively pointy. Working the look into a boyfriend blazer will tick two trends in one -- head to Zara for the most affordable styles. Another obvious trend was sequins. This season go for anything spangly or glittery. Not just for evening wear, this disco look has been applied to blazers, tees, skirts and dresses, and should be channelled into your everyday wardrobe, with harem trousers, denim or dresses. Topshop is a magpie mecca this season, the stores look like they have literally been sprinkled with glitter. We especially like the deco- style beaded jackets (from 85), which are great for sprucing up a boring outfit. Kinky over-the-knee boots were also a hit with the fashion week gang. Varying in length, there are two routes you can go down for this over-the-knee look. Either really go for it -- full bondage-type, black, knicker-grazing styles with towering heels -- or go safer in a gorgeous pair of flat suede numbers instead. We love French Connections black leather Derby boot (200) thanks to the manageable heel height. Naturally, there were tons of other exciting trends, too. See right for our round-up of the best London Fashion Week looks. N AOMI CAMPBELL winking at boys in the front row as she strutted down Issas catwalk, Simon Cowell boogieing to Bryan Ferrys set at Topshops Ivy Club bash, Daisy Lowe carrying her dog as she modelled for Vivienne Westwood, another model making a statement by smoking what looked like an illegal substance on the runway, Erin OConnor making a rare catwalk appearance by closing for Londons hottest newcomer Hannah Marshall, Martine McCutcheon making a hot comeback in a leather Jaeger dress, and me whizzing about Frontrow fashion with the stylistas 26 Thursday, 24 September 2009 London Lite REBECCA BOYCE Itsnotjustthe modelslooking hotattheshows index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html48.html49.html50.html51.html