Saturday, 15 February 2014

London Fashion Week - Events Open to the Public

As you all should know it this time of year again... LFW baby! And if you don't work for the industry there is no need to get depressed because there are plenty of free events open to the generally public which I hope to see you all there!

Starting off is:

Off Strand - An off schedule showcase and sample sales during LFW for upcoming clothes, jewellery and accessories designers located in Hoxton Gallery. Anyone can turn up and will be able to meet the designers and preview their AW14/15 collection  as well as being able to purchase the designers previous collections!  



Late night on Saturday 6:30PM - 10PM with DJ drinks and live performance
-SUNDAY 16TH: 10AM - 8PM

More information about the event and each designer is available on their website:

Boxpark - Is a pop-up based in East London in walking distance of Hoxton Gallery. Fill with quirky fashion and lifestyle brands, galleries and cafes. Bringing fashion back to the street. A definite must see if your in the area!

2-4 Bethnal Green Road London, E1 6GY

Thursday, 6 February 2014

Peter Pilotto for Target

Peter Pilotto for Target lunches online and in selected Target store from the 9 Feb! And if you are not an US resident like me don't's being sold globally through Net A Porter.

And as always with Peter Pilotto the clothes are bight and fussy and full of life. Suitable for anyone who is interested with having a bit of fun with their tired wardrobes this summer.  Prices start from £15/$18 what's not to like?

Sunday, 2 February 2014


I love Chloe Pre Fall 2014 collection the use of layers and textures are perfect for the winter and soooooooooooooo wearable. Most designer clothes are too over embellished or too decorated that I would feel over dress walking down the streets. However, Clara Waight Keller, creative director of Chole has balanced loose fitted dress and skirt with heavy knits and wool coats and not to mention lush leather boots to create the perfect combination. 

My favourite look is definitely the first one!  I would love to recreate it with high street brand as I could never afford the original :( 

 My attempt to recreate the first look...
High-street jumpers:

High-street dresses (to go under the jumper):

High-street Knee boots: