The fashion pack are out in force, #LFW has gone off on Twitter and if you've missed the live streams Insta has been (and still is) the place to catch live snapshots of the catwalk.
So to make sure we're not missing a trick, or a trend, we're taking a step back and reliving Saturday - day 2. We've had to be ruthless on designers (otherwise this post would've been going on until next season) but we've collated a few of our favourite looks from J.W Anderson, House of Holland, Sibbling, 1205, Holly Fulton and Gareth Pugh.
St Patrick's Day brings that time of the year where it's widely acceptable, and actually encouraged, to don a leprechaun hat, dig out a dashing orange beard and of course, down a pint of Guinness for breakfast.
Perhaps the latter is less encouraged.
In accordance with the national holiday we also want to join and celebrate all that is Ireland & Irish related so we're sharing our top 5 Irish designers.
Starting with the old favourite, hat designing extraordinaire Philip Treacy.
Philip hails from the tiny Galway village of Ahascragh. He studied at the National College of Art and Design in Dublin before moving to London as a student at the prestigious Royal College of Art.
His incredible designs have graced the catwalk accompanying collections by desginer giants such as Chanel, Valentino, Versace and Rifat Ozbek. Along side creating bespoke one off designs for style icons such as Madonna, Goldie Hawn and Joan Collins.
We've began curating inspo from the fashion pack fresh off the freezing streets of New York Fashion Week.
February. What a month. It's still cold, we're still not entirely sure where Christmas break went, that week long stretch on a beach we're planning in July feels FOREVER away and right bang in the middle we're subjected to Valentines Day. Romantic (or additional expense) to those lucky in love. Or a reminder you're single AF for those who aren't.