Llanelli Star - - Fashion Focus -

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

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