London called this weekend, and the fashion industry answered, as models, editors, and bloggers jetted across the pond to see the U.K's best designers showcase their fall and winter collections.

We spotted several of the trends we also caught at New York Fashion Week - there were plenty of leather, turtlenecks, and fur collars to go around. However, we also saw a few new styles that caught our eyes.

Among them were animal prints of all kind at Tom Ford and Burberry Prorsum - from giraffe-print trench coats, to leopard-print pencil skirts. This fall, you'll want to have something from the animal kingdom in your wardrobe.

One color combination we loved at the shows were black and red. The color palette for fall and winter seems decidedly dreary this year, but there were plenty of bursts of red to keep the tone a little more vibrant. Red and black striped skirts at Burberry were among some of our favorite pieces we spotted.

A newer trend we're still deliberating over is the proliferation of harness-like accessories and embellishments. On a winter coat, a harness-like toggle can add a fun touch, but designers like Christopher Kane didn't stop there - there were harnesses on dresses and tops as well. We'll leave this one up for you to decide. Click through the gallery to see the rest of our trend report from London Fashion Week.

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