12th – 16th September 2014
Having loved fashion all my life, fashion week has always been high up on my bucket list.
As a city London is so fearless when it comes to fashion and has such a wealth of different styles.
It’s the perfect place for new-gen designers as well as established to show their work and embrace the London culture.
I for one could not wait to get my peepers on the Spring/Summer 2015 collections!
So having watched ‘The Devil Wear’s Prada’ thousands of times growing up, I had my ‘sunglasses inside look’ and ‘nonchalant gestures’ down to a tea.
I was ready to hit the shows.
Saturday 13th September 2014
‘Fashion’s Finest Show’
– New Generation Designers –
-Grand Connaught Rooms-
The avant-garde designer perfectly reflects his personality with his ‘Riot of Expression’ collection.
It was like attending the Mad hatter’s tea party.
Amazing structures and intricate detailing, it was a great start to my fashion week adventure.
“Street wear at its best.”
Patterned parker coats, kaleidoscopic designs and geometric patterns.
Oh so wearable!
It was all about the train at Temraza’s show.
Bridal, bewitching and bejewelled.
Beautiful jewel tones and sky scraping slits.
So Veitino was my favourite designer of the day.
Clearly inspired my the fashion power house ‘Dolce & Gabbana’ the collection oozes italian flare.
Stunning prints, delicate, simple shapes. Classic and full of sophistication.
Definitely one to watch!
Having made it through the first day of shows, no hiccups – not even falling on the cobbled streets in covent grden in my heels (It took so much concentration!) I was ready for day #2.
I just needed to plan my outfit!
Over and out,
Little Miss Winney x