Lots of London Fashion Week + The Sartorialist Wonders Why NYC Kids Don't Sneak Into More Fashion Shows in Today's Style Scraps

Sturdy, asymmetrical suits and dresses alternated with wild prints and bionic bomber jackets at Christopher Kane's show during London Fashion Week. [via Style.com]

Love, love, love that Vivienne Westwood -- the designer herself, that is -- never changes.  Here she is at her show during London Fashion Week. [via Daily Mail/Image via Getty]

And, speaking of Westwood, here are some looks from her recent Vivienne Westwood Red Label show, which some have already compared to Mad Men fashion -- except for, you know, the orange, (and yellow, green and blue) faces. [via Style.com]

Check out André Saraiva's new collaboration with Converse -- the artist/hotelier/nightlife king designed three different pairs of Chuck Taylors, including a "Love Sneaker," a "Purple sneaker" -- a shoutout to his pal, Purple EIC Olivier Zahm (above) -- and a not-for-sale Le Baron sneak that's for friends and associates of his famous clubs. [via press release]

Oooh, we like ACME's new collab with legendary NYC artist Ron English on a "zipper" pen and card case, no doubt inspired by the artist's "Dandy Warhol Banana."

Love the chic postage-and-currency-inspired prints seen on Mary Katrantzou's runway at London Fashion Week. [via The Cut]

"I'm a little disappointed that in New York the FIT kids and the Parsons kids don't bring the same enthusiasm. They don't try to sneak into shows," The Sartorialist's Scott Schuman told Fashionologie.

And...here's a video to accompany Lana Del Rey's new ad campaign for H&M. [via Refinery 29]

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