"London fashion and creative industries have endured, indeed, prospered even, in difficult times," declared British Prime Minister Theresa May during the unofficial kick off to London Fashion Week at her 10 Downing Street residence. It's the first London Fashion Week since the UK's Brexit vote and Prime Minister May begun the festivity on a cheery, optimistic note. And sure enough, the streets' genuine conviviality reflected the stylish pulse of London that just won't thin out.

In highs or in lows, place your bets on fashion's enfant terrible to keep on challenging the bounds of style with Brit authenticity — because in London, the clothes make the conversations. They may be saying different things, at different volumes, but they're all outspoken. So listen up, and check in daily, because this season (more than ever) the streets speak more than style.

DAY 5: LIGHT LAYERING
Who's to say you can't wear spring frocks or participate in the lingerie-wearing trend without freezing to death in the early autumn chill? These leading ladies make a fashionable case for light layering — done right.
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DAY 4: THE T-SHIRTS
There's nothing as easy as slipping on a comfy tee — but when it comes to pulling it off as a fashion week-appropriate staple, that's a whole different ball game. Take note on how these style doyens nailed it.
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DAY 3: TRAFFIC-STOPPING DENIM
As we've said before, move over Vetements! Because these denims are worth gawking over. Heed and channel street darling Susie Lau's assiduous audacity and you're good to go.
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DAY 2: '70S LINCHPINS
The bygone golden days of the underground scene is given a fresh breath of life by the likes of Brit style mavens Alexa Chung and Susie Lau of Style Bubble. From instilling rock 'n' roll to the high times of bohemia, here's the right way to do it.

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DAY 1: ARMY VALOUR
What better way to brave the season's cold front but with an edge of utilitarian? Aside from being never out of style, it's one way to stay crisp and classic. These stylish troopers soldier on with khakis and olive greens.

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