Friday, 25 February 2011

Leopard print bag, London

Still digging leopard print accessories in a BIG way!

Thursday, 24 February 2011

True Blue, Street Style at London Fashion Week

Who knew all these shades of blue could make such a fashion statement?

Wednesday, 23 February 2011

Tuesday, 22 February 2011

Yellow Shoes, London Fashion Week

I've always found back-seam stockings a bit 'obvious-sexy' but paired with these ankle socks and bright yellow heels, I think I may have just developed a new hosiery crush! I'm always with the view that something overtly sexy should be paired with something 'prim' and vice versa. Dichotomy totally rocks.

Winter Maxis, Somerset House London Fashion Week

I noticed so many winter maxi dresses at London Fashion Week this year. Love the way this model teamed her maroon version with a furry trapper hat and aviator jacket.

Monday, 21 February 2011

A Night with Alexander Wang at Liberty, London

Another day, another London Fashion Week party. This time Love Magazine was hosting the Alexander Wang event at Liberty London. There's nothing nicer than when you admire a designer's work but when they themselves don't disappoint when you meet them. He was exceptionally lovely posing and chatting to all the party-goers.

His collection of clothing, shoes and buttery-soft handbags were simply divine...I plan to buy-up the whole range as soon as I'm not carrying a camera in one hand and champers in the other!

Some of the style-savvy party-goers who also attended........

Blue Mac & Celine Bag, London Fashion Week

What a gorgeous smile to accompany an equally stunning baby blue mac and to-die-for bag by Celine!

London Fashion Week Street Style

A selection of some of the most stylish people out and about at London Fashion Week so far...

Sunday, 20 February 2011

Carrie from Wish Wish Wish

Carrie from Wish Wish Wish heading to the Osman Yousefzada show

The Head Is Where Its At: London Fashion Week

So many cool hats and headgear at London Fashion Week today.

Vivienne Westwood Party, The Wallace Collection, London

I was invited to the launch of Vivienne Westwood's exclusive new jewellery collection made entirely of palladium - a metal more precious and valuable than platinum. Cast into her trademark orbs, delicate earrings and necklaces glimmered under their spotlit cases.

There couldn't have been a more fitting setting to showcase the range. Set in the old historic house which is now the Wallace Collection, the jewellery range was set against the unsurpassed collection of French 18th century paintings and furniture.

Vivienne Westwood at the launch of her new jewellery line

Olivia Palermo at The Wallace Collection
Extraordinary Westwood dresses set against the 18th century French Paintings of The Wallace Collection
Guests were also treated to a very special acoustic set by the talented Jessie J, who wore a specially created palladium tiara designed by Vivienne Westwood herself.

Jessie J performs at the Vivienne Westwood party wearing a specially created palladium tiara
Another guest wearing Vivienne Westwood
All this party going is thirsty work. Me taking a break and handing over the lens to my friend Louie

Saturday, 19 February 2011

The Sartorialist & Garance Dore at London Fashion Week

Don't think there could have been a better start to London Fashion Week this year...came out of a show only to bump into the hot couple Scott Schuman of the incredible Sartorialist blog and equally influential Garance Dore

Friday, 4 February 2011

Farmer's Market, Queen's Park, London

I love where I live. Not only because of the bustling farmer's market every Sunday, but also for the wonderfully eccentric and stylish people it seems to attract. I've decided that oversized moustaches and aviator chic are totally the way to go!

Wednesday, 2 February 2011

Stepping Back in Time, Argyll Street, London

It was so lovely to see not one but two young ladies strolling around London, dressed in such a distinctive forties look. It was all fur collar pea coats with structured vintage clasp bags. I think the reason these looks work so well is because they've managed to bag themselves original pieces from that decade. That and the fact that they exude such a ladylike glamour in a way that seems effortless.