This year, designers paid tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II at London Fashion Week, which took place during the UK's national mourning period after her death on September 8.
Queen Elizabeth was known for her own unique style. In her honour, the Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design is granted annually.
On the Richard Quinn runway, there were black dresses with crowns and traditional mourning veils. This was done to honour the Queen.
On the runway for Erdem's spring/summer 2023 show, there were mourning veils. The art restoration-inspired collection made its debut in the beautiful British Museum.
A model walked down the spring/summer JW Anderson runway wearing a black T-shirt dress with white writing that said "Her Majesty The Queen, 1926-2022, Thank you."
The bouquet that closed Harris Reed's first runway show had Her Majesty's favourite blossoms in it.
The first look in Halpern's spring/summer 2023 collection was made up of Her Majesty's signature silk headscarf and bright, solid colours.
The S.S. Daley spring/summer show began with the sad sound of bells ringing and models in black and white holding candles.
The Daniel W. Fletcher show began with a minute of silence, and then a model wore a black suit and an armband to show respect for Her Majesty.