Ones To Watch: 5 Models We Loved At LFW

​London called and they answered.

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We know that LFW finished on Tuesday and in fashion years that's probably more like a century ago, rather than three days, but we still wanted to post about our favourite models from the Fashion Week that tried to make Crocs happen.

Here are five girls who touched our hearts and souls with their flawless walks!

Sofie Hemmet

Our August cover girl Sofie has been rocking the runways with her classically beautiful looks. From  Mulberry to Preen, this girl is going to make it big, mark our words!

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LOVED my look yesterday at @preenbythorntonbregazzi ! Thank you for this ! #London #fashionweek #ss17 #lfw

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Jay Wright

Jay has been this Fashion Month's walking sensation. She has walked the most shows out of all the girls, a whopping 30 and it's all been only big names - Zac Posen, Boss, Christopher Kane, Burberry just to name a few. Way to go, Jay!

Four pics in a row but yah #repost from @sb_cast today was fun 💞

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Mayowa Nichols

Mayowa is the first Nigerian model to be featured in a Dolce & Gabbana campaign. In London she ruled the likes of Burberry, Simone Rocha, J.W.Anderson and Roksanda. We can't get enough of her perfect runway physique and infectious smile.

She is clothed in strength and dignity , and she laughs without the fear of the future. Proverbs 31:25 👸🏿

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Luping Wang

One of the hottest Chinese models of the moment, Luping, has already walked as a Burberry exclusive and currently also appears in our October issue (get it to see for yourselves). In London she graced the catwalks of Julien Macdonald, Belstaff or Emilia Wickstead.

Jess PW

Relative newcomer Jess has walked a super-impressive 24 shows opening  J.W.Anderson and we can't wait to see more of this Aussie in seasons to come!

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