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Oxford Street Fashion Showcase
LONDON, ENGLAND - AUGUST 28: Fashion designer Matthew Williamson, model Amber Le Bon, and designer Henry Holland pose for photographs as they unveil 75 fashion flags to launch OXFORD STREET FASHION SHOWCASE, in celebration of London Fashion Week on August 28, 2013 in London, England. The 12 foot high fashion flags, spanning over a mile of Oxford Street, feature A/W 13 catwalk shots from House of Holland, Matthew Williamson, Topshop Unique, Giles Deacon and Temperley London. (Photo by Matthew Lloyd/Getty Images for New West End Company)
28 Aug 2013
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