At the edgiest of the fashion weeks, the serious risks come out. For better or worse.

VV Brown can do that British-eclectic thing and make it look like a breeze! It's not!


Paloma Faith is, in my opinion, a real style icon: she does the whole retro thing, but with such creativity. I mean, a lumberjack shirt! At Ashish.


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Very few people can rock the Fosse look. Keisha Buchanan, at BodyAmr, does.


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SJP shows off Burberry Prorsum's latest — and it was Good.


Michelle Williams, at Julien Macdonald, rocks the looks drama by keeping it simple.


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Amber Rose, at Issa, shows off curves in vibrant fuschia.


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Alexa Chung, at Burberry, has kind of cornered the market on "awkward chic."


Shingai Shoniwa, at Julien Macdonald, in one of the coolest takes on the camel trend we've seen.


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Speaking of rad outerwear, Lily Allen, at TopShop, rocks this cape.

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Janice Dickinson, at Vivienne Westwood, has forgotten her pants.


Yasmin Le Bon, at Christopher Kane, is apparently still named Rio and dancing in the sound.


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Anna, at Burberry, had best watch out for a tofu cream pie...or the Saturday Night Fever extra coming for his jacket.


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Lady Victoria Hervey attempts two tricky things at once: well, nothing ventured, nothing gained...or, in this case, um, ventured.


Lily Allen, at House of Holland, kind of channels Michelle Williams in The Baxter. Or the obligatory collegiate "this is too awesome not to buy for $1 at the SalVa even though it's really frumpy" stage.


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