London Fashion Week is coming to an end and it's time to celebrate (well, keep celebrating) both an interesting AW14 season and not being full of cold - thanks to Berocca and Chai tea! So time to reflect and ask what has London offered for Autumn/Winter 14?

Texture seems to have been the name of the game right now and the person everyone is raving about - following a stand-out show yesterday - is Christopher Kane. Who knew we'd all be clambering over each other to get some pink fur in our wardrobe? A similarly punky vibe came through in fashion heavyweight Tom Ford's confident collection - where leopard print, leather, velvet and lots of sequins dazzled.

Saunders offered another very mixed and thrown together aesthetic with patchwork and asymmetric hemlines keeping everybody guessing. Michael Van Der Ham is good with colour and has proven this again with neon and grey combos, dusty pinks and mustard with metallics. The layering and challenging (but oh so worth it) skirt and trouser lengths were worth noting too.

Back to fabric... there was even more coloured fur in House of Holland's mega bright collection. Marques Almeida has upped the game for denim and velvet, taking what felt like quite '90s fabrics and turning them into something that's non-referencial and therefore super modern.

Basically come Autumn/Winter we'll be having a lot of fun mixing stuff up and who doesn't want that when the nights draw in and we haven't even seen Meadham Kirchoff yet?