Day two and I am already a little tired, yesterday was incredible I saw so many gorgeous collections and today was another early start and late finish.
I started with a Woolmark breakfast at the ME London, which is the new hotel opposite Somerset House that you might remember from my Warehouse press day post, it has the most incredible view that I couldn’t resist having my style piccies done there, and ended the day with Rihanna’s debut clothing collection for River Island.
With the long day, the feeling that I might be queuing a bit for Rihanna, in the end it was only 50 minutes late, and with the general running around, I went for my bright Nike trainers as they are super comfortable and work really well with a skater skirt.
As you know I like a statement t-shirt and a skater skirt and trainer combo deserves a good one and I have been saving my Zoe Karssen ‘Valley of the Dolls’ tee since I snapped it off The Outnet late last year. I kind of think this t-shirt was made for me, and like most people this fashion week monochrome looks have been all the rage, and I always think black and white works perfectly with bright pink accessories!!!
My Style: Black skater skirt, Topshop // ‘Valley of the Dolls’ t-shirt, Zoe Karssen from The Outnet // Barbie necklace, from eBay // Glasses, Karen Millen (c/o Specsavers) // Black and pink high-tops, Nike // Black and white knitted cardigan, Warehouse // Black, pink and gold bangles/bracelets, H&M // Pink neon bag, Cambridge Satchel Company //
Sadly I took my style piccies so early, like 9am, I didn’t have time to get my make-up professionally done, I did rectify that later on in the day when I popped by the Handpicked Media suite and the lovely Bourjois team did me the exactly catwalk look they did for Zoe Jordan’s show yesterday. I just love the subtle cat-flick on my eyes and the pink lips.
**Thanks to Sherin for the piccies – and ME London for the rooftop**