The Best of the Best from London Fashion Week Spring 2016\nCreative genius, dramatic gowns, brights to beat the band…\nThe Best Backstage: ErdemThe designer’s culturally rich mood board provided insight into his collection.\nThe Best Black and White Print: J.W. AndersonJust look at this!\nThe Best Brights: Christopher KaneIt was hard to choose just one look.\nThe Best Creative Moment: Anya HindmarchThe designer’s mirrored triangles were Instagrammed around the world.\nThe Best Denim: Marques AlmeidaObviously.\nThe Best Dramatic Look: Giles DeaconFeathers! Ruffles! Tulle!\nThe Best Runway: AshishIn addition to putting men in sequins, Ashish put models on skateboards.\nThe Best Inspiration: Duro OlowuThe designer cited this book for his Spring 2016 collection.\nThe Best Location: Simone RochaShe presented her collection at Spencer House.\nThe Best Show to Arrive Late To: Jonathan SaundersI could see the collection even better from the back.\nThe Best Seating Card: Charlotte OlympiaNames were printed on clear Plexiglass clutches. Très chic.\nThe Best Tableau Vivant Presentation: Edeline LeeThe designer had some stiff competition, but ultimately won by a landslide.\nThe Best Blazer: Burberry ProrsumHat tip to the gold piping.\nThe Best Smile: Liya Kebede at the De Beers Dinner at ClaridgesHow could I not take a selfie?\nThe Best Charitable Presentation: Molly GoddardDuring the show, models made tomato sandwiches that would be distributed to homeless Londoners.\nThe Best Nerd Moment: Nicholas KirkwoodPac Man fans, you’re welcome.