My 3 Day Fashion Diary of London Fashion Week
London Fashion Week has taken over the capital once again for Autum/Winter 2016 collections and lucky for me I had the chance to go to several shows over Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Friday kicked off the fashion diary with a bang, I was invited to Pam Hogg’s show at London Fashion Scout, it was late there were lots of dark lights so the pictures don’t do the outfit justice.
Showing off a 70’s Vibe I went for some green chord flairs from Zara, the top complimented the colours of the outfit with Red, White and Yellow Stripes.
The Jacket worn was from Teatum Jones, a designer whom of which had their presentation on Saturday. The jacket was short meaning it was perfect to show off the length of the body and legs, very flattering indeed.
The flairs were quite long so my leather high boots from River island were perfect, walkable and perfectly hidden, not that they needed to be.
After Pam Hogg’s show, I went to The Grooming room set up by Forward PR and Farblack, Hoxton Radio was once again hosting shows live over the week and the CEO The Preshah was our DJ for the night at the opening Party.
Saturday was a hectic day I had my sister’s baby shower back in my home town, Tring and then I had to fly to London for the Teatum Jones presentation.
I went to Teatum Jones showrooms on Thursday and got styled so on this saturday I was promoting a lot clothing from that designer.
The high white collar, colourful shirt radiated a sense of spring summer to eliminate the feeling of the gloomy winter days.
For such a bright piece I wore black wet look leggings and black boots from River island.
Also wearing Teatum Jones Jacket, it has such a beautiful subtle design on the jacket making it so much more than a just simple black jacket.
Finally on the 3rd day I had the Fashion DNA The House Of Kamiar Rokni, straight from this show I had less than 30 minutes to dash to my live broadcast on Hoxton Radio from The Century Club in the Grooming Room.
This outfit was styled by me, it’s an adorable 1960’s American theme. The pink crop top from illustrated people had such a pretty girly girl edge which went well with the long pleated skirt from Topshop.
Shoes are an Ash Number and the socks were a white frill pair to compliment the sweet appeal further.
London Fashion Week is one of those events that people look forward to twice a year. I love creating different interesting looks and well if your not going to stand out on London Fashion Week then when else will you have the opportunity?