Today the madness of LFW kicks off so whilst I’ll be watching the live stream from the comfort of my own home, part of me is dreaming of being front row in this little outfit..
Whilst I spend my time watching all of the live streams that I can catch of LFW at the moment, I have been dreaming up my ideal outfit for rubbing shoulders with the FROW elite.
I went for something classy with a serious statement jacket to hopefully create an unforgettably ladylike look…
It’s fashion week fever once again and I am very much looking forward to LFW beginning on Friday. So when Phase Eight contacted me about their competition to create my perfect LFW outfit I couldn’t say no. This is what I put together…
I absolutely adore this blush pink coat, especially to bridge this cold weather through till spring. This chic dress, the pop of colour from the heels and the quintessential strands of pearls create my perfect look for a fashion show.
Hello my lovelies,
I thought that today I’d share with you some of the shows from LFW that sent my heart aflutter…
Unique from Topshop
I happened to be on twitter when this show was starting so I managed to catch the show just by chance and it turned out to be a wonderful coincidence as it was such a stunning, perfectly springlike show.
What I loved: Pattern matching of romantic fabrics like satin and chiffon; a relaxed, rich coloured collection.
I was introduced to Mary a little while back and loved her work, so I really wanted to see what she was going to pull out of the bag this season. And I wasn’t disappointed. It was such a unique and interesting show.
What I loved: The bejewelled floral print and pattern clashes- very lovely!
I found out about Bora Aksu via Tolmeia’s blog Tolly Dolly Fashion, definitely go check out her LFW review here, which I was very lucky to do. I definitely will make sure I’m free for every one of his shows from now on.
What I loved: The playful, whimsical feel of the white and blue clothes with the splashes of hot pink and yellow for good measure.
Paul Smith is always a good bet for a good show and this one was a real beauty.
What I loved: The masculine tailoring with a French Riviera feel and an awful lot of check.
I’d never seen a Matthew Williamson show before and I have no idea why not! I adored his clothes and would feel so terribly ladylike wearing the outfits.
What I loved: The print especially the embroidery on the very classy dresses and skirts.
Temperley has long been one of my favourite designers, ever since Kate Middleton brought it to my attention, and I am currently very much lusting over this collection.
What I loved: The rich purple and pink colour palette teamed with 50’s style skirts and dresses with matching coats.
What I loved: For me it was the accessories that stole the show, they were absolutely lovely and terribly unique- put me down for one of everything!
This collection really is lovely, so I can’t believe I’ve only just discovered Emilia– a very lucky find!
What I loved: The first outfit especially but less specifically the ‘Easter colours’ of yellow, pink and light green; along with a gorgeous array of white outfits like many of the designers but in my opinion Emilia did it best!
Definitely my favourite show of all, you can see pictures of the whole collection here, it was all just stunning! I really would have worn at least one thing that each model, even the men, was wearing- all at one if possible!
What I loved: The ladylike lengths, stunning lace and gorgeous colour palette- a wonderfully British show!
What shows caught your eye?
Hello my lovelies,
I thought that this week, rather than choosing a particular shoe, I would share with you a video of the highlights of Manolo Blahnik’s S/S ’14 London Fashion Week show…
There are so many of his shoes that I fell in love with, particularly the mosaic print pair, in my eyes he is a true genius.