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Hailey Bieber and Justin attend the star-studded Moncler Genius London Fashion Week show

Hailey and Justin Bieber cut a seriously stylish figure as they led the A-list arrivals at the Moncler Genius show during London Fashion Week on Monday evening.

The couple were in good company alongside the likes of Naomi Campbell, Serena Williams, Pharrell Williams and Charli XCX, who all showed their support for the brand by attending the glamorous presentation.

The model, 26, looked incredible in a black LBD and a cropped white padded gilet, which was no doubt a nod to the brand, teamed with a pair of black strappy heels as she attended the event.

Hailey’s thigh-grazing dress showcased her toned pins as she strutted into Olympia London alongside her singer beau, 28, who was also showing support for Moncler in a metallic blue coat.

The Rhode creator was showing off her newly cropped brunette locks, while she opted for a natural pallet of make-up which only served to enhance her natural beauty.

Justin teamed his padded jacket with a pair of wide-legged blue jeans and white trainers, while accessorising while a pair of white sunglasses, despite the late hour. 

The couple were most recently spotted in Los Angeles together, but appeared to have jetted across the pond to attend some of London’s Fashion Week shows at the bi-annual event.

The A-listers, who were pictured outside the venue, joined a star-studded roster of arrivals.

Charli, 30, cut an edgy figure as she posed for pictures wearing a PVC jacket dress, which showcased her toned legs, teamed with a pair of classic black stilettos.

In keeping with the Gothic vibe, Charli wore her long dark hair loose, and sported a pair of stylish sunglasses with a full face of make-up and a slick of purple lipstick. 

Elsewhere, Serena channelled American cheerleader in a Moncler branded sweatshirt, which was teamed with

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London Fashion Week ushers in a new age of luxury consumerism

London Fashion Week returned to the UK capital this week, boasting a teeming line up of 127 brands that showed through a series of runways, presentations and events throughout the city. Like always, the fashion week continued to put its emphasis on emerging designers and new names, bolstering their platform via its NewGen initiative. However, over the five-day period it wasn’t just the anticipation surrounding what the innovative young designers would present that had people buzzing, but that of eagerly awaited debuts and special occasions that were taking to London for the first time.

Luxury prevails in the fashion capital

And the event seemed to have rolled around right on time, just as the English capital was experiencing something of a luxury fashion revival. The sector is seemingly thriving in London, indicating a hint of promise for luxury despite the region braving the current cost-of-living crisis alongside record-breaking inflation. This was evident in a recent report by Savills, which stated that premium fashion brands were continuing to dominate the city’s retail landscape, moving in at a rate slightly higher than pre-pandemic. The property consultants found that there were some 21 international fashion and footwear brands that had opened debut London stores in the last year, double that of its 2021 figure. And the optimism is predicted to continue over the coming year, with more expected to come.

London Fashion Week street style. Image: British Fashion Council
London Fashion Week street style. Image: British Fashion Council

This sentiment was reflected in LFW’s lineup this season, where a number of luxury brands had either returned to the city or made their debut. However, unlike its Parisian and Italian counterparts, LFW relies more on that of young talent and emerging names, which take up the bulk of the schedule in the form of

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