Do you remember when I promised more videos? Well, I decided to do something a little different for my fashion week content and do a vlog, I know get me. One of the most frequently asked questions is “what do you get up to at fashion week?”, and they always answer it themselves with “I bet it is so glamourous”, well, it isn’t, it is a little crazy, always rushing between shows, but I can’t deny that it is always so much fun. So, I decided to put together my very own fashion week vlog. I take you to some
Since I was little I always wanted a Mr Men book to be named after me, I have to be honest I don’t know why, but I loved those books and I am now more than a little jealous that Henry Holland has been immortalised as ‘Mr Quiffy’ in honour of his famous quiff. I think at the time my Mr Men or should I say Little Miss character had raving crimped hair, it was the eighties, and I was called Miss Stone, I was a child it wasn’t original and I had just learnt how to spell my name!!!
LFW SS15 – Day 2 can sometimes be the hardest day to get going during fashion week, I think it is because the first day is always a little bit of a shock to your system. But today has been fun, I’ve seen some great presentations, I’ve enjoyed celeb spotting at House of Holland, Rita Ora has a new under-cut if you care, and Holly Fulton showcased a really strong monochrome collection. As well as all that fashion, I hung out at The Apartment, had my hair done, again, this time I went for a fishtail braid, and I raided
The House of Holland show is always a fun one to attend, from the quirky invite, which this season was a temporary tattoo, to the celebrity front row, this time around including Kelly Osbourne, Harry Styles and Alexa Chung, basic his friends came out to support, and the soundtrack is always stella, I love the Romeo & Juliet soundtrack. So with the staging set lets get down to the fun collection. Continuing on from his feminine autumn/winter collection, for spring/summer Henry Holland featured full skirts cinched in at the waists, lace trimmed silk slips, as well as gorgeous printed Venice
After the amazing opening day of London Fashion Week I was raring to go for Day 2, my train company however had other ideas, but I didn’t let that get me down. Friday was busy, but today was crazy with 7 shows to get to, and it seemed that each one was dotted across London. So today I have gone from Somerset House to see Holly Fulton and John Rocha, then rushed over to see Orla Kiely, followed by Marcus Lupfer, then back to the main tent via Shack Shake to see Ashish, then press bused it over to an