Topshop has long been considered the fashion destination for London’s It Girls and this was clear at the British label’s London Fashion Week runway show where the likes of Suki Waterhouse and Lottie Moss (sister of Kate) were seen sitting in the front row. The collection itself showcased the clothier’s hallmark edge balanced with refined silhouettes. Distinct British influences were seen in pieces such as the velvet mini and sequin cocktail frock showcasing a scene from A Winter’s Tale. The program was also informed by the unmistakable rockstar charm of legendary icon, Stevie Nicks, with a selection of velvet jumpsuits and black chiffon dresses paired with ribbon chokers. Fur-trimmed overcoats also came front and center for this collection, with plenty of animal prints and leather pants to complement the looks. As a global brand who counts the likes of Kate Moss, Cara Delevingne and Gigi Hadid as past and present campaign fronts, Topshop continues to excel within the tumultuous waters of fast fashion.