London Fashion Week: Mulberry Gets New Muse
Stars of TV, film and music have been out for London Fashion Week as Mulberry revealed a new celebrity muse.
Stella McCartney and Vivienne Westwood were also among the designers showcasing their autumn/winter 2012 collections.
US singer Lana Del Rey stole the limelight at the Mulberry show as she arrived with a new handbag named after her.
The luxury brand has revealed the Video Games star is the latest celebrity to be honoured with their own bag.
The singer, who topped the UK album charts with her debut album, was carrying a white Ostrich version of the Mulberry, which is called The Del Rey.
TV presenter Alexa Chung already has The Alexa named after her.
Del Rey said: "It's an honour that such a classic and prestigious brand would name a bag after me."
Mulberry's creative director Emma Hill said of the design: "I love Lana's nostalgic references to bygone glamour and the fact that her look is retrospective yet so modern."
Ms Hill said they had been inspired to make a bag that is "timeless, refined and elegant, yet with a beautiful practicality that would suit any woman".
Del Rey sat in the front row alongside stars including Oscar nominee Michelle Williams, Elizabeth Olsen, British actress Rebecca Hall and Pixie Geldof.
Downton Abbey TV show stars Michelle Dockery and Laura Carmichael were also sat on the front row between actor Tom Hiddleston and Williams.
The theme of the Mulberry collection was inspired by Where the Wild Things Are with models wearing fur in various guises including full-length coats, gilets, skirts with some of the handbags adorned with fur as well.
Designer Stella McCartney decided to shake-up fashion week by shunning the formal catwalk show in favour of a sit-down dinner party.
Models showcased the clothes while dancing on chairs and around the tables.
Celebrity guests included singer Rihanna, model Kate Moss and US Vogue editor Anna Wintour.
Veteran British designer Vivienne Westwood marked her return to London Fashion Week with a more demure collection featuring tailored tartan and pin-stripe suits, knit dresses as well as brightly-coloured print frocks.
All the models had tribal print painted on their hands, legs and necks.
The show was attended by Duran Duran's Nick Rhodes, US personality Janice Dickinson and actress Sadie Frost, along with her 12-year-old daughter.
Other designers showing off their collections over the weekend included Matthew Williamson, Tom Ford, Louise Gray and Paul Smith, as well as Topshop Unique.