Charli XCX gets off in a multi-print ruffle patchwork mini dress while making a stunning appearance at the annual LOVE magazine
She is used to turning heads with her quirky sense of style.
And Charli XCX looked sensational at the annual LOVE magazine London Fashion Week Party in London.
The 27-year-old wore a corrugated patchwork mini dress with pastel accents of yellow and pink.
Quirky: Charli XCX looked sensational at the annual LOVE magazine London Fashion Week Party in London
The singer – real name Charlotte Emma Aitchison – combined the striking dress with patent blue peep toe heels.
The undulating garment had a Tudor collar in clashing patterns and long sleeves.
The Boom Clap singer wore a satin pink, pink bag and wore a sultry makeup look with thick cat eyes.
Playful: the singer – real name Charlotte Emma Aitchison – combined the striking dress with patent blue peep toe heels
She lowered her shiny ravens into a low bun to maximize glamor.
The boys’ hit maker remained serious as she walked down the street to the star-studded party.
London Fashion Week presents 250 designers on a global stage and promotes brand clothing from a large number of influencers and retailers.
Edgy sense of style: the wavy garment had a Tudor collar in clashing patterns and long sleeves
This week LFW takes place between February 14 and February 18 and it is estimated that buyers will place more than £ 100 million in orders during the season.
Thousands will step up to the biennial event, including 2500 members of the public, to watch presenters from more than 60 brands, including Tommy Hilfiger.
Tommy Hilfiger is currently in the middle of a world tour and collaboration with Lewis Hamilton, so his sophisticated show will certainly impress.
Party time: she threw back her shiny ravens in a low bun
Yuhan Wang, a Chinese-based designer who was born in China, had to live up to high expectations when she started the week with her very first solo show.
It has been confirmed that a ‘senior member of the royal family’ will once again present a rising designer with the Queen Elizabeth Award for British Design on the last day of the fashion festival.
Rumor has it that the Duchess of Cambridge will this year award the coveted prize in accordance with tradition after the Duchess of Cornwall had honored last year, according to Fashion.
Striking: the hit maker of The Boys remained serious as she walked down the street to the star-studded party
With a growing trend in sustainability, there is no doubt that the subject will dominate both runways in the coming week.
Bethany Williams, who received the Queen Elizabeth II Award last year, has won the Emerging Menswear Designer and said sustainability is the key to her work.
Meanwhile, environmentally friendly women’s clothing is expected on the catwalk for British brands such as Richard Malone, Mulberry and Vivienne Westwood.
Glam: This week LFW takes place between February 14 and February 18 and it is estimated that buyers place more than £ 100 million in orders during the season