Hundreds took part in a march today to highlight the plight of more than 200 schoolgirls kidnapped in Nigeria.
Protestors gathered at the Nigerian Embassy near Trafalgar Square before marching to Downing Street.
They're hoping to put pressure on the Nigerian Government to do more to find the girls who were taken by Islamic militants last month.
More than 1,000 people are expected to march through the streets of London today to help raise awareness for the 200 schoolgirls abducted by Boko Haram militants in Nigeria.
They will march from the Nigerian Embassy to the House of Commons and 10 Downing Street.
Some of the capital's most well known black fashion designers are in Nigeria for Lagos fashion week. Oswald Boateng and David-David are just two of the names supporting the event which could see Africa becoming a serious contender on the world fashion map.
It's the second time the event has taken place in Africa's most populated city.
The shows are being staged across three enormous marquee's which have have been especially built for the occasion.
Hundreds of models make up artists, hairdressers and stylists have also been brought in for the shows which will take place over the next four days
Lagos fashion week has been organised by London based Arise Magazine and will feature 77 different designers