Whilst the month has past of shows galore, here are a few of my favourite snippets at LFW for SS13. I could not  attend everything, no one is that bendy, but I have my spies. Its also a little explanation of shows - in my world.

Flashes of colour hit the headlines for the shows this season, it is Spring/ Summer after all, although, there was monochrome from usual suspects. Pastels came from Sister by Sibling, continuing their theme of model faces covered, only this season in crocheted head pieces.

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Margaret Howell is a long time favourite with many of the 'pack'. Her show, usually on a Sunday at 9am can see even the most jaded editor up and out, ready for it. This season was showing at a positively leisurely time of 11am  - which caused chaos. It was rammed as there are only ever two rows either side of the runway as she shows in the her London store. It is nothing like a French spectacle show such as Chanel which literally has auditorium seating.

The simple dressing and beautiful cuts made my heart swell.

People ask why I would want to fight to get to the shows when they are online within minutes, or live in some cases, and the reason is this: I remember the show better when I have been there, watched the models walk the walk, taken in the accompanying soundtrack and general atmosphere. I can tell you that Charlotte Ronson had Domino's by The Big Pink blast out at NFW SS11; it sticks.

Having been to shows for many a season, I do think there should be a few rules about the use of ever growing technical gadgets. I, and a few others I know, really don't care for an iPad in the head whilst trying to watch and concentrate. I realise I have posted some pictures of what I have seen BUT it is not to confirm I was there. I have in fact very few show pictures, mainly for the fact the best shots are on style.com, vogue.co.uk and the like as soon as the lights go up, so I won't really need my blurry image of a girl strutting past at an awkward angle.

Leave that to the professionals and let me enjoy the show.