LFW is officially over :(
-LFW is officially over, but, don’t be woeful, lets see what I wore each day-
Next aviator jacket, Undeground spotted Brothel creepers, old school uniform pinafore dress, topshop skinny belt, Mui Mui S/S 10 D.I.Y-ed collar, H and M tights and vintage top of Mum’s! I was going for the ‘folk-fused with urban’ look.
Louise Gray NEWGEN for Topshop tee, my little sister’s petticoat skirts, ballet tights, Asos round sunnies, even though you can’t see them, patterned converse…I was going for the Creepy-kid, Meadham Kirchoff inspired look.
Wearing my Mum’s vintage designer dress, either by Issey Miyake or Yohjito Yamatomo or whatever, her greys-striped heels from Dune and that is actually it. This is inspired by Oriental stuff and china and all that. My five year old sister actually took these photos. No joke :0
Topshop Navy High-waisted shorts, Zara silk baroque monochrome blouse, H and M tights, hat by Tony Merenda from Tony Merenda, glasses from Claires, Longchamp bad (from grandma), Topshop leather collared jacket, umbrella from some shop in London and love-heart lips in black liquid-eyeliner by RIMMEL+ I was wearing my creepies. I was going for the Doctor who by way of Charlie Chaplin look- vere adrogynous. This little kid actually asked why I was wearing lipstick if I was a boy. Result.
Winner of the all-round most entertaining and best show: Meadham Kirchoff.
Winner of the most genius-ly and perfectly put-together show: Simone Rocha.
Winner of most artistically creative show: Sister By Sibling.
It’s all good knowing about the designers and shows, but what did the models think: