You may remember me tweeting about Simeon Farrar’s new label Black Score during fashion week, you remember the one with the cute vests baring slogans of new fashion phrases, such as ‘Dior is Dope’ and “Gucci got game’, well I am pleased to say that the label is gathering a celebrity following. Yesterday Kelly Brook posted a snap of herself on Instagram wearing one of my favourite designs the ‘Totes jel of my Chanel’ t-shirt and she is working the hell out of it – check out her pout, her red manicure and that bejewelled mobile cover – she is too cute!!!
Who: Kelly Brook Where: At the British Fashion Awards held at The Savoy in London Wearing: A blue and black print Suzie Turner dress with a thigh high split, teamed with black strappy heels Verdict: I have to admit, I don’t know a lot about Suzie Turner, but this is the most perfect gown for Kelly. It is classy while showing off a bit of leg, and it also shows of her best asset her bust!! I love the detailing in the bodice and the shoulders – but with every look my eyes keep being drawn to those heels – they are
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BusUnmcjj8 After two seasons showing in Paris, I was excited to see what Giles Deacon had for his return to London, of course I wasn’t important enough to get tickets to this show *praying for next season already*, but hey that it was YouTube is for!! The collection had a lot going on, 90s trash colours, 70s inspired knitted tops, flared trousers, a-line skirts, 80s PacMan knits, prom dresses, wrap dresses and mini skirts. Generally this collection had everything including the weird drag queen make-up, celebrity models in the form of recently pregnant Abbey Clancy and Kelly Brook, and closed with veteran German model
I gave you The Bombshell and The Heroine, both gorgeous, and I was worried about which LOVE Issue 4 was going to be mine come August 23 and then they released The Mannequin…LOVE it!! Buela is Ms Perfect, and I can’t wait for her to be mine! I have loved every choice LOVE have made with their Gorgeous issue, playing out the different perceived sides of women, which couldn’t be complete without The Rebel and The Sweetheart. There could of course be only one choice for The Rebel and it had to be British model Aggy. I want to love this