London Fashion Week is upon us which means the city will be inundated with a plethora of beautiful people, photographers frantically snapping, fashion editors running from show-to-show, models strutting up and down the catwalk, backstage mayhem and bloggers showing off their creative style -*and breathe*.

This year we’ve linked up CARGO Cosmetics to bring you daily #LFW reports on the latest Beauty Trends and if you can’t wait until next year to try them out, CARGO Cosmetics will show you how to Get the Look right now, so stay posted for our show reports.

In the meantime if you’re getting ready to attend the shows, or you want to know what beauty must-haves are in the bags of editors, models and celebs then take a look at our ‘beauty show-must-haves’ below.

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1) Guerlain Midnight Secret Recovery Complex
Running in heels, drinking champagne and then heading to an after show party is stressful work. Perk up tired, stressed skin with this soothing night treatment from Guerlain designed especially for ;the morning after.’ Simply smooth it on before you go to bed and wake up with refreshed, hydrated, clearer, and invigorated skin.

2) Elizabeth Eight Hour Cream Skin Protectant
Eight hour cream soothes, relieves, softens and smoothes your skin all year round, even in the coldest weather. With so much going for it, there is no wonder Eight hour cream has become the preferred beauty tool of celebrities, models, make up artists and women all over the world.

3) Estee Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place Eye Pencil
If you want your on-trend dramatic flick to stay put all day long then pop this wonder liner in your handbag.

4) Nails inc Alexa Silk Nail Polish 
A smooth as silk black pearlescent shade created by our very own face of Nails inc – Alexa Chung, fashion icon.

5) YSL Baby Doll Kiss & Blush
A hybrid between a lip colour and a blush, this innovative air-whipped formula allows for an instant application on both lips and cheeks.

6) Lancome Grandiose Mascara 
The first of its kind, Grandiose has a curvy, swan-like neck wand (inspired by backstage make up artists) so that the high precision brush can grab lashes close to roots to perfectly fan them out from corner to corner.

Feature image courtesy of londonfashionweek.co.uk