London Fashion Week: All the best-dressed celebrities on the front row

Keep an eye on all the stars gracing the capital for the biggest fashion shows

Sabrina Barr,Sarah Young
Tuesday 17 September 2019 09:08
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London Fashion Week is in full swing, drawing numerous famous faces to the capital to sit on the front row (or "frow") at the event's most highly anticipated runway shows.

On Friday, British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful attended the Matty Bovan Spring/Summer 2020 catwalk at the BFC Show Space at 180 The Strand.

While the Matty Bovan show featured a variety of eccentric, brightly-coloured and surreal designs, Enninful dressed in a more toned-down fashion, wearing a navy suit, white shirt and black shoes.

Model Daisy Lowe was also in attendance, wearing a ruffled, high-neck, floral top, a pair of leather-look trousers and a pair of chunky, black heels.

Click through the gallery above to take a look at the best-dressed celebrities on the frow at London Fashion Week.

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