Cover Jourdan Dunn, Little Simz and Edward Enninful, editor-in-chief of British Vogue (Photo by Lia Toby/BFC/Getty Images)

From Kate Moss to Kehlani, these were all the celebrities spotted in the front rows of highly-anticipated fashion shows in London this week

Big fashion names, such as Burberry and Victoria Beckham, were notably missing from the London Fashion Week phygital line-up this year but that did not deter celebrities and influencers alike from dressing to the nines and taking their place in the front rows of fashion shows by beloved designers, including Richard Quinn, David Koma and LVMH Prize 2021 winner, Nensi Dojaka

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Richard Quinn

Lila Moss made headlines for her unrecognisable look—with slicked hair and bleached eyebrows—on the catwalk for Richard Quinn's bright, floral-printed collection. In the front row, her mother and fashion icon, Kate Moss, cheered her on alongside their close family friend and editor-in-chief of British Vogue, Edward Enninful. Joining them are model Jordan Barret, androgynous singer-songwriter Boy George and Ukrainian-French actress known for her role on the James Bond films, Olga Kurylenko.

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COS

H&M-owned fashion label, COS made a surprise decision to debut their spring/summer 2022 collection at London Fashion Week this year—in an effort to continue building their reputation as a high-end brand with innovative and contemporary designs for men, women and children. In the front row, they invited supermodel Jourdan Dunn, Good Place actor Manny Jacinto as well as comedy actress and daughter of superstar music producer Quincy Jones, Rashida Jones. Also in attendance were the biggest fashion influencers as well as up and coming British talent. 

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Richard Malone x Mulberry

Richard Malone's spring/summer 2022 fashion show was held at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. The Dublin-born, London-based designer presented his stunning and sustainable collection—which creates clothes from scrap materials and leather provided by Mulberry—among the Raphael artwork of the museum. In the front row were big names, such as Kehlani, Little Mix's Jade Thirlwall as well as British actress, Chinenye Ezeudu, who has recently earned praise for her breakthrough performance as Viv in the latest season of Netflix's Sex Education

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Fashion East

Established in 2000, Fashion East is a non-profit talent incubator discovering, nurturing and showcasing emerging fashion designers. This year, featured designers such as HRH, Goom Heo, Jawara Alleyne, Maxmilian and Chet Lo creatively presented their expressive spring/summer 2022 designs at London Fashion Week. Vocal supporters of young British creatives, supermodel Jourdan Dunn and British rapper, Little Simz were in the front rows appreciating viral fashion moments, such as Chet Lo's gigantic, spiky shoulder bag. 

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David Koma

British designer, David Koma has been having a moment this year, with the biggest names such as Beyoncé, Megan Fox and Rosalía wearing his pieces. Most recently, Jennifer Lopez donned his stunning lace-up dress to make a surprise appearance and present the Song of the Year award to Olivia Rodrigo at the VMAs this year. As such, many have been excited to watch his show, especially those in the front row, including Kehlani, Charli Howard and Clara Amfo.  

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Mark Fast

Somalian-American model and wife of Idris Elba, Sabrina Dhowre has been a fixture at London Fashion Week this year. Here, she poses with Hibaq Egal at the prominent luxury knitwear designer, Mark Fast's collection presentation. She has also been spotted alongside Kehlani and Amelia Gray Hamlin, at many other fashion events by David Koma and Roland Mouret.

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