Fashion week isn't just about the clothes. If it was, we'd spend the whole week looking at outfits on hangers in a show room. But we're also spoilt with the whole show production- the location, the music.... the models. We've been keeping our beady eye out for our favourite model each day of the week.
She might be best known for her starring role in the weird and wonderful Prada AW11 advertising but Antonia Wesseloh is still a firm catwalk fixture. Her first London appearance was bright and early on Saturday at Clements Ribeiro, but she also popped up at Aquascutum, Giles and many more.
|Antonia Wesseloh at Clements Ribeiro|
|And at Giles on Monday|
Patricia van der Vliet swapped her long blonde hair for a blunt, dark bob over New York Fashion Week (Vogue documented the big chop). The right decision; now Patricia VDV as everyone calls her, looks startlingly beautiful and edgy. She looked amazing on the J.W Anderson runway.
|Patricia BEFORE (Image from Vogue.com)|
|Patricia van der Vliet for J.W Anderson|
|And at Antonio Berardi on Monday|
For it's first ever catwalk show, McQ Alexander McQueen chose Kristen McMenamy to provide the haunting and dramatic finale. This lady is basically in a league of her own.
|Kristen McMenamy at McQ Alexander McQueen|
Asian models are becoming a regular sight on the catwalks these days. We love Wang Xiao's bowl hair cut. Here she is at yesterday's Roksanda Ilincic show.
|Wang Xiao in Roksanda Ilincic AW12|
|And at Vivienne Westwood Red Label on Sunday-wish they hadn't pinned back her fringe!|
MODEL OF THE WEEK
Meghan Collison is our model of the week. Why? Every time she emerges, she just looks so cool- more like she might be on her way to a party than stomping down a catwalk with hundreds of eyes on her. And those cheekbones are unreal.
|At Christopher Kane|
|And at Topshop Unique|