My first show of the day was Jeffrey Michaels at the Goldsmiths Hall, which proved to be a youthful and urban offering with geometric prints and 3-dimensional prisms adorning the party frocks. The FROW included (rather randomnly) Lemar London-based latex-clad fine artist Pandomonia. The show also had a very cool soundtrack with the models walking to Princess of China by Rihanna and Coldplay, with plenty of added bass.
|Pre-show frap with Katie.|
|The Goldsmiths Hall always makes an opulent backdrop for a show.|
|3D prisms decorated the garmets at Jeffrey Michaels.|
|Lemar takes a sneaky peak at one of the models!|
|My favourite street-style fashion find so far- this gorgeous Mawi jewelled clutch.|
|DIY neon kicks!|
|Loved this bird-print botanical blouse.|
|Katie being interviewed by this chap going by the name of 'Sugarpuff'. The interview culminated with Sugarpuff quizzing Katie on how she'd go about stealing a item of someone else's clothing she liked.. I'm not joking!|
|Me! Wearing my metallic floral Topshop jeans, a Cinderella B necklace and a simple blazer and shirt ensemble.|
|Marni H&M layered beads.|
Ashley Isham's show felt like an ode to the society girl through the decades, with pearls and chandelier earrings and coiffuerred hair harking back to the days of debutantes and slinky, sexy party dresses bearing shades of party-girl Paris. Isham even accessorised one of outfits with the IT girl's favourite accessory- a real-life puppy!
|Jodie Harsh on the FROW at Ashley Isham.|
So that's LFW day 2 done and I'm taking day 3 off to digest my LFW SS13 experience so far (and tidy my clothes-strewn room). But I shall be back on the Somerset House cobbles Monday for more fabulous fashion. Sophie X