Top: Miss Selfridge | Skirt: Topshop | Shoes: Lacoste | Shoes: River Island | Accessories: House of Florrie, Trollbeads
My first event of the day was to check out the new collection from Henry Holland at Debenhams in collaboration with illustrator Will Broome. The event was held and the always beautiful venue Ham Yard Hotel and Will Broome was on hand customising funky little clutch bags. I got a little bunny rabbit which is super cute 🐰. The collection is filled with illustrations typical of Broome and a perfect fit for Henry Holland making a lively and on trend collection. This was the perfect event to kick off the havoc of LFW.
Before attending my first show I had a few hours to kill so I headed to the #RefuelRoom hosted by Collate London at the Icetank Studios. Lots of brands had come together to create a zen experience to chill, charge your phone and meet some great brands. Simple Skincare were on hand to check how my skin was coping with LFW, as you can imagine it was quite dehydrated but simple have lots of products which are tailored to different skin problems so they said they would sort me out! I also created a personalised pack of Simple Skincare wipes with an illustrator on hand doing some lovely calligraphy for the collection in collaboration with Holly Fulton (Simple X Holly Fulton), an amazing fashion designer creating a perfect collaboration for LFW. These limited edition wipes are available from Superdrug.
I then sipped some ice tea from Amazitea while my phone charged and took a look around the beautiful decor, Collate has transformed the Ice Tank studios into a bloggers paradise (check out more images below). With my phone charged up to 70% I got a quick fix to my hair from Priv, you can call on these fab ladies anytime with the app for hair do's and spa treatments in the comfort of your home or hotel room. I got some soft curls put through the ends of my hair with a sleek finish to the top, this is one of my fave hair styles to date. I then got the chance to have a look around the new collection from River Island and choose these 70's inspired boots to finish off my look for the next show, aren't they dreamy!!
Next I took myself down to Fashion Scout at Freemasons Hall for Ex15IT to welcome the collection from The Swedish School of Textiles SS16 catwalk show. The show had extreme artistic flair with outfits made more to wow the audience rather than could actually be worn out n about but it provided a good show with many photo worthy moments and showed that these students have some real talent ready to rival designers. One of the more bold designers was Sara Berg who projected emojis through her fashion.
After this I was pretty pooped and ready for a large glass of wine so ordered a cab via GETT to get me home (GETT it ?!) Hope you had a lovely fashion week! Remember to follow me on snapchat as I did cover a lot of LFW on there. Username: Time2Gossip.