'Twas the night before London Fashion Week, and countless buyers and editors were just recovering from the sub-zero temperatures of New York only to find themselves thrust into a "red weather warning" courtesy of storm Eunice. Day one was certainly a bracing experience, and we're feeling thankful that as we reach the penultimate day of LFW, the weather has started to calm itself. Fortunately for us, we've had the luxury and comfort of a rather fabulous Central London bolthole—a huge thank you goes out to The Londoner Hotel for giving us the chance to get dressed in style, dash to all of the shows as quickly as possible and escape the gales for a shot (or four) of caffeine.
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