Ever since Richard Quinn was honoured with the inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design, he has continued to hog fashion columns across the world.
As hoped, the designer's autumn/winter 2020 line was a visual feast for the eyes with flower-adorned curtains and a plush blue runway designed for Instagram.
In his signature move, masked models were smothered in head-to-toe latex, jewels or pearls with one emblazoned with the words: "God save the Quinn".
Trend takeaways: Bubble dresses boasting puff sleeves reigned supreme with feather headdresses and swishy capes while men stepped out decked in cropped corsets and flares.
Rejina Pyo has built a pretty strong following in recent seasons courtesy of double-tap-worthy shoes and swoon-worthy designed for the street style set to squabble over.
Autumn/winter 2020 was no different with sheer power-sleeved blouses and dresses fit for a prim English garden party stealing the hearts of the front row.
Trend takeaways: Tonal dressing is here to stay but forget beige with brown-upon-brown back for another round while the the brand's iconic 'Name' bag was reimagined in powder blue, buttery caramel and metallics.
As though the fashion pack needed another reason to lust over Rixo this season, the cool girl label collaborated with Christian Lacroix for autumn/winter 2020.
Design duo, Henrietta Rix and Orlagh McCloskey, were invited by the French fashion house to take a deep dive into the archives.
The result was just as marvellous as expected with Lacroix's historic prints reimagined for the millennial crowd with sunset dip-dye dresses, dogtooth co-ords and joyous carnation motifs.
The best part? You didn't have to be on the FROW to join in on the shenanigans, with the see-now-buy-now collection available to purchase online.
Instead of the usual show notes, guests found a photograph of Molly Goddard as a child on the seats of her autumn/winter 2020 show.
Proof that she was a queen-of-froth-in-the-making from a young age, the image shows her decked in ruffle skirt-over-jeans combination while trawling Portobello Road market alongside her father.
A love letter to the city, models stepped out in her signature tulle dresses - this time thrown over checked trousers.
But the Goddard girl is borrowing from the boys this season too, as the designer dabbled in menswear for the very first time.
Trend takeways: Unisex suits in check stomped down the runway with creepers to finish while Fair Isle knits were half-buttoned beneath exploding tulle in shocking red and salmon pinks.
Another cherished London Fashion Week fixture, Simone Rocha is always one to look forward to.
This season, she told Vogue that the collection centres around "procession, baptism, birth, life and loss" whilst also paying tribute to the Aran Islands - a tribute to her Irish roots.
Pure white shirt dresses were layered over silk trousers with chunky cable knit jumpers swaddled over models.
Trend takeaways: Knotted fisherman bags return (in even chicer form) while the designer's famous pearl bags are more daydream-worthy than ever before.
Burberry is the heartbeat of London Fashion Week with umbrella-clad fashion devotees willing to queue in the rain for the show.
Demonstrating his tight-knit fanbase once again, the Hadid sisters turned out to support Riccardo Tisci on the runway with Kendall Jenner pressing pause on her catwalk-break for the designer.
The A-list applause didn't stop there though, as the likes of Naomi Campbell, Cate Blanchett and FKA Twigs squidged front row at London's world-famous Olympia.
Trend takeaways: Quintessentially British, Tisci paid tribute to London with the autumn/winter 2020 collection - his home from the tender age of 17.
The fashion house's codes were reimagined into '90s grungy plaids and oversized polo shirts. His love of India, where his very first collection was born, also played a part with flickers of lime green hues.