Hi guys, so it’s a time for me to share with you my London Fashion Week day 2 report. Today I was wearing a nice and cosy velvet jumper from Another 8. My day was full of good emotions. I met so many happy and successful people. I realised that everyone is very open during LFW – people help each other to find more cool presentations to visit, have small talks, taking a picture for each others Instagram and just being open and smiling…
Another 8 NOAH jumper
My first destination was Hemyca Spring Summer 2016 fashion show. It was full of red, black and white colours. As you may know, I these are my favourite colours, so I quite liked the collection. I didn’t manage to take to many nice photos, so I thought I’ll share with you a video.
Omer Asim Spring Summer 2016. Omer Asim presents his Spring Summer 2016 collection at Elms Lester Gallery during London Fashion Week. Building upon his design core of the architectural and the artisanal, his third collection will explore juxtapositions; black and white, man and woman, and monochrome/monochrome.
His architectural training allows him to explore design and “undesign” with intelligence and thoughtfulness, and his developed eye imbues the collection with a refined aesthetic.
“I graduated in architecture at The Barlett and then earned a Master at the London School of Economics & Political Science”, – says Omer Asim. Omer studied creative pattern cutting at Central Saint Martins before founding his avant garde label which focuses on substance and craft.
Susie Bubble with Minki Cheung
Minki Cheng’s SS16 collection takes inspiration reminiscent of experiences and fragmented memories of his travels and explorations. With references from expressionist painter Richard Diebenkorn‘s earlier works, the detailed finishing’s on subtle suggested fetishized trims give the militant utilitarian shapes a softer and feminine look. Crafted placing of abrupt geometric lines, contrasting textures and bold colours brings forth the energy and brightness of this collection.
The mulrifaceted nature concept evokes the combination of ease and playfulness of Minki’s travel. This collection encompasses the connection between the city and the women wearing it, harmoniously working together adapting to her fluctuating regime. the use of contradictory rich fabrics conveys luxury, solidarity and presence to the Minki Cheng women transporting her through any journey effortlessly.
My next destination was a Minnie: Style Icon exhibition created by Georgia May Jagger in collaboration wit British Fashion Council.
‘…The London fashion scene is so good at providing a new and creative take on things. Fashion can be very serious, but it should also be fun…’, – Caroline Rush, CEO, British Fashion Council.
London is at the forefront of fashion with designers offering cutting-edge and contemporary takes on the classic and British models dominating catwalks around the world. In March 2015, Ashley Williams gave a London lens to the Minnie Mouse trend in an exclusive collection for Dazed magazine, offering a modern interpretation of Minnie style modelled by Georgia May Jagger. 80s’ and 90s’ graphic and textural style on a theme of girls being true to themselves.
Continuing the theme of inverting classic couture, model and photographer Georgia May Jagger presents exclusive photographic images of her own at the Minnie: Style Icon exhibition. London punk rebellion meets suburban dreams; emo angst meets youthful sweetness in a mirrow image that reflects the versatility of Minnie’s style.
London Fashion Week Day 2 Outfit
Topshop Daisy print midi skirt | Russel & Bromley shoes | Another Eight Noah jumper via EtailPR | Zara black bag
Read my London Fashion Week day 1 report and stay tuned for day 3 report tonight!
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