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Inflatable hair, zebra-striped pants, and more.

London may not have the biggest Fashion Week, or the most famous. But people there have a certain stiff upper lip je ne sais quoi. We know this is a bit of a Postcard departure, but here's a look at what was being worn on the other side of the pond:

Model Chloe Norgaard poses for a photograph outside Somerset House during London Fashion Week, February 15, 2013. (Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters)



Left: Stylist Jimmy King poses for a photograph outside Somerset House during London Fashion Week. Right: Blogger Florrie Clarke poses for a photograph outside Somerset House during London Fashion Week. (Olivia Harris/Reuters)
Model Alexis Wheeler poses for a photograph outside Somerset House during London Fashion Week. (Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters)
Left: Fashion writer Yu Masui poses for a photograph outside Somerset House during London Fashion Week. Right: Fashion student Aindrea Emelife poses for a photograph outside Somerset House during London Fashion Week. (Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters)

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