Who: Antoni & Alison What: Champions of 'zip up and go' style, design duo Antoni & Alison kicked off London Fashion Week 2012 with a selection of seamlessly chic and brightly printed shift styles alongside long and flowing t-shirt style silk dresses. Their beautifully graphic images punctuated with bright child-like scribbles and spray can effects on simple LWDs and LBDs had Team LBD inspired to reach for the design kit! Wear: The tartan/bow print dresses showed prixing (that's print mixing, don't you know) at their best and the drop-waist, flapper-esque opening number was one we could see ourselves in come Spring/Summer 13. Who: Bora Asku What: Romantic, ethereal, light and puffy and yet still tantaslising dark, Bora Asku's latest collection is not for the faint of fashionable hearts. This year the young designer successfully mixed light and wispy pieces with dark contouring that seemed loose yet emphasised the female form. The perfect example was the first piece, a ladylike white dress with a tight bodice, pale pink ruffles and grey bow at the neck. It was feminine and masculine, light and dark; a real juxtaposition of fashions. That Bora Asku managed to make a dip dye white and yellow dress with a bell skirt that made it hang on the model like an upside down tulip work alongside high-collared, long-sleeved grey two-pieces that would have been at home on an -albeit very trendy- headmistress, has officially cemented his place on Team LBD's one-to-watch list. Wear: The Victoriana high neck black lace dress would be perfect for Christmas party season and the red shift dress with volumous skirting and matching hood was very Red Riding Hood-chic! Who: Maria Grachvogel What: An absolute highlight for Team LBD and anyone who appreciates a bit of metallic luxe on their evening wear the Maria Grachvogel show was something to beholden. From super-sleek, wet-look golds on everything from batwing tops to mini dresses to simple black maxi's everything in this collection is completely desirable and totally wearable. The use of watercolour-esque graphic prints and repeat patterns pulled Maria's Sci-Fi colour palette together and showed the designer's attention to detail in even the most understated of dress shapes. Wear: We want all of this collection! But if we had to choose one piece it would have to be the gorgeous over-sized sleeve, black wrap dress which would look great with boots on a winter's day or super shiny stilettos for the evening. Who: Felder Felder What: Felder Felder had a lot to live up to with a reputation for seriously stylish clothes that translate to the real women but retain their 'special occasion' feel. Today they impressed with a firey palette of reds, golds and oranges and mixed sexy, scenic one-pieces with canary-yellow tassel dresses and our personal favourite: gold skater dresses. And to top it all off their futuristic designs were teamed with Littleblackdress.co.uk's very own statement shoe brand, Kat Maconie. We heart Kat! Wear: The 70s inspired maxi dress is our new must-have item and the black dress with layers of tassels and a whole host of textures just begging to be touched will look good on all shapes and sizes this season. Who: PPQ What: Any show that starts by wheeling on a vintage bicycle gets a tick in our little black book! And it just got better with PPQ paving the way for this season's evening wear- think rich velvets (full-length, this is not for the trend-shy), heavy dip-dyed silk, ruffled halternecks on monochrome maxi dresses and dalmatian print one-shoulder gowns. The use of emerald green and houndstooth was a great indicator for Christmas party dress style too. Wear: The off-the-shoulder floor-length gown towards the end of this show and the sexy secretary meets Mad Men black dresses are top off our list.