Attracted by the aquatic shades of blue (I despise the word aqua for personal reason, but it’s a perfect word to describe the colour of Holly Fulton’s collection), again one of my personal highlights of LFW I took a closer look at the designers exhibition a few hours after show, a brilliance reference from the 20s and 90s silhouettes, intricately hand painted Art Deco glasshouse inspired art.
Louisa Lau‘s ingenious customised sticker clutch bag.
Such a shame I had to miss to Simone Rocha‘s most anticipated show as I had to cover backstage at VFS for an online mag, the show was also back to back with Jackie J.S Lee’s.
John Rocha‘s 3D rosette dress.
After I was done with Eudon Choi (and missed Ashley Isham’s after a severe delay) I finally made it to Charlie May‘s presentation at the Soho Sanctum Hotel, low in sugar with minutes to spare for some snaps before the models done with their jobs, this is the only good shot I can show you. Oh dear.
After my relentless onslaught written/verbal rant on LFW shenanigans on a par with online peeps (Huffington Post, Liz Jones etc) let me tell you, I have taken a happy medicine and that I have c-a-l-m-e-d.