London Fashion Week visual diary, part 1

by Be-Blogger U.K. on: February 24th, 2012

Above: Bora Aksu.

Above: Krystof Strozyna.

Editors, journalists, stylists, interns, assistants, celebrities, bloggers reunited once again, gathered together at the world’s exclusive trade shows at London Fashion Week.  The dreaded cold burning weather did not affect our choice of wardrobe – some were dressed like clowns, some in casuals, some carefully coordinated and some who really needed help.

Some visuals reportage from the busy week.

Above: Black leather brogue wedges works well with light grey check trousers.

Above: A tiny box of chocolate balls with metallic coating which apparently contains Titanium Dioxide? Well, I ate it all.

Above: Mattijs, one of my favourite shows to see at LFW.

Above: Berkin bag made of paper, genius.

Above: A model in rehearsal at Eudon Choi.

Above:  The problem at LFW is that you’re not able to find a second to sit down have a coffee and eat, as it was cold which sucked the energy of our souls by clenching our muscles for warmth whilst queuing to get into the show.  Thank goodness there were cafes within the fashion tent, with great selection of drinks, snacks and food (fashion friendly) for quick re-energise.

Above: Who Are You?

Above: Louise Gray, one of the most anticipated shows to watch, famous for its mix and match styling, clashing print and insane hair styling.

Above: A long ruffle train from the second last finale dress at Inbar Spector, a tribute post to come soon stay tuned for part 2.

 

Kit Lee, Style Slicker

 
 

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