We're half way through LFW right now and I'll admit, unless you are a VVIP then walking in the wind, rain and cold (yes, we're bloody committed!) to get a variety of shows and presentations spread across the whole of London, can be a bit of a task! That said Day 3 was pretty star studded once more and the shows were a blur of fabulousness.
I nearly got run over trying to get a picture of Amber Le Bon first thing in the morning as she exited Somerset House after the Issa show, looking every inch the fashionista in a sheer duster coat and high heels. I couldn't help but think how cold she must be, but that's the life of a celeb... rock the hottest look and to hell with the weather!
My first stop was at Charli Cohen, where I was given a great seat and goody bag emblazoned with the words 'Dressed To Kale', clearly someone is a health fanatic! The show was inspired by Fight Club, complete with acrobatic models all sporting perfect abs on the runway. Jealous? Yeah, just a touch! Next stop was Sophia Webster, which was without a doubt my best LFW experience so far. You've seen our pics, it was a complete wonderland of candy colours, slogan clutches and intricately designed heels and accessories.
Oh, and I also bumped into the gorgeous Pixie Lott as well, who gladly posed for a pic. My final stop for the day was Pam Hogg, which was a show I was really looking forward to; no-one does 'alternative LFW' as well as Pam. After waiting an hour and 10 minutes outside (see, I told you I was committed... either that or completely insane) I managed to get access, as many of my fellow editors were turned away.
It was worth the wait however- beautiful coloured metallics, lashings of leather and a nod to Little Red Riding Hood stomped down the runway to rapturous applause. So that was my day out at LFW flying solo without my fashionista pal Lily! Don’t forget to check out our looks from all the other big shows (Hello, Topshop Unique, Temperley London Vivienne Westwood and Mary Katrantzou) on the app as well. Until tomorrow, L x
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