17th September, Monday: day job done, off to Richard Nicoll. Cool people quickly made their way to the big black doors. Models, editors, bloggers, buyers and two adorable kids captured my eye and here is the result…
…and this is the lovely Gergana Penova who was my lucky charm on that day and thanks to whom my next post will be from inside Richard Nicoll’s SS13 catwalk show.
Karl Lagerfeld’ and Carine Roitfeld’s famous Little Black Jacket exhibition came to London and filled the halls of Saatchi Gallery with art and fashion lovers, all looking to take home with them a piece of Chanel’s iconic style. Here is the exhibition through my lens:
Sarah-Jessica Parker, Anna Wintour, Tilda Swinton, Clemence Poesy, Natalia Vodianova, Vanessa Paradis, Riccardo Tisci, Milla Jovovic, Elle Fanning
If you feel tempted and want to experience the exhibition yourself, you can do it here: http://thelittleblackjacket.chanel.com/en_GB/experience
Waking up at 7am on a Sunday is not something anyone would like to do. But that was my second day of LFW and Preen’s SS13 show at the Natural History Museum was surely not to be missed. Only a handful of photographers/ bloggers were standing outside, the location of the show was a bit of a mystery (thanks Twitter!) and so it all kicked off and finished in a matter of minutes: dazzling beauty, effortless cool and lovely people happy to stop for a snap or two.
Cool and quirky at the same time is not easy to put together but models own that look and show us the knowhow: biker jacket + skinny jeans + oversized bag + printed button-up shirt, and a pair of well-worn boots to finish off this look
Making a statement with a varsity jacket and killer heels combo, it’s hard to stand out from the crowd and this is how to do it right.
Unexpected sight at the Natural History Museum: models rushing out and causing fashion frenzy on that early Sunday morning.
Print on print, clashing yes, but they make for a perfect match when textile and color compliment each other. Wearing geeky specs and bright accessory: an individual twist I ♥
Cara was the busiest model at LFW, she.was.everywhere (be it for mere minutes only). Her signature effortless cool, English rose-meet-Americana style offered a fresh take on the model-off-duty look and made everyone rush to buy a colorful beanie or two.
Which look is your favorite?
Mine is Cara’s (currently searching for the right varsity jacket, and that beanie)
Rag & Bone turned out to be one of the most exciting shows at LFW, seeing the models crossing over to the store to the sound of cameras clicking away was definitely a moment I would never forget. I hope the images translate the sheer beauty and style creed London brought out that day and if you want to see more check out Rag & Bone’s official blog: