Here’s come the Fashion week and the city of London once again became a living and inspiring catwalk. Despite the cold Siberian weather, I did not hesitate to grab my camera to capture those moments and tell my story. Even the Queen left the warmth of her palace, put on her stylish outfit from her wardrobe and showed up to support the UK fashion industry. Sharing the front row with the “devil”, sorry the pope of fashion Anna Wintour (US Vogue editor-in-chief), and also to present the launch of the “Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design”. According to the Royal Family communication team, this annual award will testify the recognition of the role the fashion industry plays in society. It will also celebrate an emerging British fashion designer for his talent and originality and the value he brings to the community. This announcement is a good news for the industry. Young talented designers are most of the time limited in their creativity and business project for lack of money. What about African designers? Are there any local funds to help them start their business? Investigation in progress… But right now, please, enjoy the street style captions.