By Emma Gritt
Most of the stars attending London Fashion Week are hoping to pick up tips on the latest trends and future styles.
But as Amir Khan and fiancée Faryal Makhdoom attended the GIles Deacon show at London Fashion Week on Monday, the pair looked as though fashion was the last thing on their mind as they cuddled up ahead of the runway display.
Faryal, 20, looked stunning in a black dress and a pair of peep toe slingbacks for the star-studded event, accessoring her outfit perfectly with her dazzling £100,000 engagement ring.
Fashionable pair: Amir Khan and fiancee Faryal Makhdoom arrive at the Gilles Deacon catwalk show in London
Meanwhile, handsome boxer Amir, 25, looked dapper in his grey suite and white shirt.
The couple celebrated their engagement at a lavish £150,000 ceremony at Bolton's Reebok Stadium in January.
They were joined by 1,000 guests, including fellow boxer Ricky Hatton, who watched the 25-year old give his future bride a platinum ring adorned with three enormous diamonds.
Happy couple: Amir and Faryal looked great as they arrived at the LFW event
Nice bling: Fayal gave a glimpse of her stunning engagement ring as she larked around with Amir
Faryal left her native New York on Sunday night ready for a week of glamorous fashion parties.
She tweeted: 'Off to London. Bye bye NY - you will be missed xoxo.' [sic]
And it seems like the American has wasted no time in getting stuck in to all the fashionable fun the capital has to offer.
VIP arrival: Amir and Fayal looked excited to be a the exclusive catwalk event
Perhaps in a bid to get Faryal used to quirky British style, Amir has also escorted her to events hosted by Burberry and Smythson.
Faryal has previously revealed that she will move to Bolton once she is Mrs. Amir Khan.
Earlier this year she told The Sun that not only did she originally find it hard to understand her beau's accent, she also was surprised by the size of Bolton's streets.
She said: 'Everything is fine with us now - my ear is tuned in. I enjoyed my time in Bolton but it was so different to New York, especially the streets - they looked so little.'