LFW Day Two

 

London Fashion Week flew by in a flash and I can’t believe I’m sat here today at the end of October writing about my second day! Where does the time go?! I know this may be a belated post, but I wanted to share a few photos of our day.

I brought my bestie Jen along with me for the day. The girl has got serious style, with a wardrobe any fashionista would be jealous of! For this reason and many more, I couldn’t wait to spend my second day at fashion week with her! We had so much fun attending presentations together, wandering around Soho and checking out a new brunch spot (I’ve blogged about this separately, it’ll be up in the next few days!).

I always find the second day to be far less busy than the first, and the same applied this season even at the new venue. This made it a lot easier to get a good outfit shot down the side road, something that was practically impossible the previous day as hundreds of people were crowded around!

I wore:

Fur trip top | mini skirt | Valentino heels | Studded clutch

 

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We couldn’t stop laughing at the boys running around with “photo bomb” boards, advertising Diesel. When people were having their photo taken by a street style photographer, they would run behind them and stand in the way.

I decided to play them at their own game and photobomb them!

We then made our way to the Hema Kaul press breakfast which was taking place at Soho House.

As we wandered around the basement with our croissants and coffee, beautiful models strutted around us wearing items from the Spring/Summer 16 collection.

Beautiful dresses floated around the room, weaving in and out of people taking photos as they passed by.

Hema’s Japanese inspiration was showcased through the origami techniques and structured techniques.

A truly stunning collection!

We left the press breakfast and made our way back towards brewer street car park where we made a pit stop at the LFW space in the Golden Square.

There was a screen where you could watch live catwalk shows, and pop up shops and food stalls.

 

After falling head over heels in love with a pair of Miu Miu sunglasses in the pop up Sunglass Hut store and managing to convince myself out of buying them (so proud of myself), we decided to head towards Oxford Street for some lunch.

Our venue of choice was the brand new brunch spot, Hotel Chantelle. I’ll tell you all about it in my next post, the good and the bad! See you then!