ALL EYES ON LONDON
about celebrating the launch of the new Mario Sorrenti book “Kate”, which as you might have guessed, is a collection of beautiful images of the supermodel in her early days and the perfect coffee table book for fashion lovers.
On the catwalks the shows kicked off with Preen, Simone Rocha and Julien Macdonald with Vogue editor Edward Enninful showing not only due diligence, but his fashion prowess, by being FROW at designers such as JW Anderson.
One of my favourite moments so far had to be Alice Temperley having her mum model in her runway show, looking entirely at ease amongst a stellar cast of muses including Peaky Blinders star Helen McCrory. It felt entirely modern and completely relatable for her sequin-loving, glamorous bohemian customers.
Off-catwalk I loved Pandora Sykes in her #gannigirls maxi dress paired with Bugsy Malone-style brogues. Quirky and irreverent, it was the perfect outfit for London Fashion Week.
Julien Macdonald at London Fashion Week