Over the past five days, leading LFW designers such as Louise Gray, Christopher Kane and Burberry Prorsum all showcased the new trends in accessories, with bracelets, oversized totes and hats just some of the key autumn/winter looks.
Here, we reveal the best accessories on show at London Fashion Week AW13...
Bracelets by Louise Gray
Made from discarded toilet paper, Louise Gray's bracelets clearly made an impression.
I couldn't even say they were ugly because they were simply amazing. They managed to complement Gray's retro collection by also looking modern and cool at the same time.
They were the perfect example of eco fashion and yes, it was, almost, impossible not to want one.
Burberry's Zebra Shopper
I know what you are thinking right now; isn't a zebra shopper a step too far? Maybe it is, but isn't fashion supposed to be always a step too far?
Burberry's collection succeeded in being modern and stylish. The Zebra shopper was young; something you could wear almost everywhere, maybe with the same dress over and over again.
Wool hats by Sister by Sibling
Maybe it was a bit over the top, maybe just something Cara Delevingne could pull off, but the berets by Sister by Sibling were something I would have loved to try. They looked soft, comfy and maybe, slightly, big but it's hard to say no when you live for hats.
Electric Shoes by Christopher Kane
I really liked Christopher Kane's collection. I find it urban and just perfect for the autumn-winter season. One of the most striking accessories was a pair of electric shoes which matched an equally electric mini skirt. It was very progressive yet elegant; and something I look forward to experimenting in a few months.
White sunglasses by Vivienne Westwood
Westwood is a genius and I love her. What I love the most about her is her innate attitude to produce always eye-catching accessories; with these always complementing her most original outfits.
I really liked a pair of white sunglasses during her brilliant show; they added a retro, feminine touch.
Monochrome heels by Tom Ford
Monochrome is the trend of the season and Tom Ford's shoes were just perfect.
They were sexy, trendy and incredibly glamour; the kind of shoes you never really forget…the kind you force your poor feet to wear almost everyday.
Oversized bag by Louise Gray
Louise Gray's collection managed to be extravagant yet very actual. Her style had a strong impact on the audience and her oversized bag was one of her boldest statements. It was new and edgy; something a Vogue model would wear and something a normal girl would wear with the style of a Vogue model.