To determine London Fashion Week's top model, we took into account the number of opening and closing spots, the amount of runways walked, and presence at Tom Ford's totally normal show. Though Cara Delevingne didn't book the latter, she did turn up on eight catwalks, opened Issa and Topshop Unique, and closed Mulberry, Peter Pilotto, and Matthew Williamson — making her our No. 1. Edie Campbell snagged Burberry's first and last looks, and L.A. native Athena Wilson gender-bent from House of Holland to Mary Katrantzou. Click ahead to see who else made our list of London's finest.