There's no use attending the hottest shows if you're claustrophobic as you can be sure there'll be a scrum. Spanish born Ramón Gurillo had his LFW debut for s/s10 and brought a good deal of Spanish press with him.
Osman was one of the busiest shows of the week so far with queues winding almost onto The Strand.
With a crisp collection of all-white and touches of gold, his deft tailoring was fresh and summery.
But we managed to muscle in among them and witness a wearable collection of knitwear worn slouched off the shoulder and with rolled up sleeves.
This was easy, glamorous daywear: vests and skirts paired with oversized gold boyfriend cardigans and diaphanous chiffon against broken down knits.
Ashish never fails to light up the catwalk with sequins, and with a few audience members paying homage with their own sparkly ensembles, it was a glittering affair.
The travel themed collection included party dresses emblazoned with the likes of the Statue of Liberty, the Eiffel Tower and Hawaiian palm trees and some baggy flamingo print trousers - all glinting under the catwalk lights. Enough to light up even a truly British summer!