While a tense political undercurrent seemed omnipresent at New York Fashion Week this season — and saw many designers infusing their shows with activism — London Fashion Week was largely unconcerned with such matters. Instead, ageism moved to the forefront — and a host of young designers (which we’ve come to expect from Britain) laid the foundations for promising careers. Here are our top four takeaways from London Fashion Week.
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