Cooperative Designs... Donatella Does London... Royal Approval

Knitwear designers Annalisa Dunn and Dorothee Hagemann filled the London runway with a collection boasting graphic color blocks and bold stripes.

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Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice.

Photo By Giovanni Giannoni

ROYAL APPROVAL: Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie don’t regularly make the London Fashion Week rounds so, not surprisingly, there was a paparazzi bun fight when the royal duo took their seats in Issa’s front row on Thursday night. “We love Daniella, and we’re very happy to come here and support her,” said Beatrice, who added they weren’t planning on taking in any other shows. “We’re just here to support our friend,” she said. And while the pack of photographers lingered in the hope that Kate Middleton — who’s often photographed wearing the label — would turn up with Prince William in tow, they settled on snapping Middleton’s younger sister, Pippa. She joined a celeb-packed front row that included Rosamund Pike, Charlotte and Alice Dellal, Charlotte Casiraghi, Tom and Sara Parker-Bowles and Tamsin Edgerton, while Naomi Campbell sashayed down the runway for a guest appearance.
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