The rest of you may not get it, but we love Olivia Palermo in the UK because brightens up our front rows.

When you see the likes of Pixie Geldof looking like she was dragged out of bed, a touch of New York chic is a sight for sore eyes at London Fashion Week.

On Friday Olivia attended the launch of Vivienne Westwood’s Get A Life Palladium jewelery launch party.

She wore a Giambattista Valli Resort 2011 dress which has a black and white print and an organza tiered short skirt.

Her look was paired with a Tory Burch gold chain detailed cardigan, a metallic clutch and cream heels.

On Saturday she was front row at Jaeger’s Fall 2011 show wearing a Reiss camel dress and a Mawi necklace.

She completed her look with a pair of leopard print Charlotte Olympia ankle boots (yes I’m drooling over them).

On Sunday she attended the early morning Mulberry Fall 2011 presentation wearing a head-to-toe-to-bag Mulberry Fall 2011 look.

I adore her foxy brown culottes teamed with a jacket which was worn under her sheepskin duffle.

An oversized tiger print Mulberry Tillie bag completed this perfectly styled look which wasn’t complete ripped from the model.

Also on Sunday after the Mulberry show Olivia checked out the Antonio Berardi Fall 2011 presentation.

She wore a beautiful mauve v-neck dress which she paired with matching lace-up ankle boots and an Alexander Wang leather sleeve blazer.

Olivia’s 3rd change of the day came at the Matthew Williamson Fall 2011 presentation.

I’ve been cruising Olivia’s Topshop maxi skirt for a while, so I instantly recognised it.

She wore the skirt with a casual grey turtle neck and a brown belt.

I can’t pick a favourite, but my least favourite was what she wore to Antonio Berardi.

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