It has been a fun couple of days attending the London Fashion Week which always leaves me feeling very inspired from street style to Catwalk Shows it always prepares you for the next few months coming up and what to expect in the Fashion world. I am very much looking forward to some new fashion trends that are coming up as there is some great collections that are coming out so its time to get out there and start adding some new items to your Spring wardrobe now that we are all aware of what trends to shop for. I was very kindly sent a few items to wear during LWF by the lovely team at Devetta PR London and loved rocking it, I am particularly loving this gorgeous yellow bag which is going to be ideal for the upcoming Spring and Summer season. Although this is a pretty bold look with the leopard print jeans and the bold bag the white tones down the outfit adding a fresh feel to the whole over all look. What do you think?

BAG: LAAEL

WHITE COAT: HOUSE OF FRASER

LEOPARD PRINT JEANS: TOPSHOP

WHITE POINTED SHOES: BOOHOO

WHITE SHIRT: CALVIN KLEIN

SUNGLASSES: FREE PEOPLE

TATTOO NECKLACE: TOPSHOP

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Whilst at fashion week I got the chance to attend some of the shows which took place at the Somerset House.I have to admit my favourite part is to actually see the street styles, and just the vibe that goes on at Fashion week having said that I enjoyed sitting at the catwalks , theres such a great mix of people that attend these from celebrities to some great fashion bloggers and fashionistas which all is very inspiring .  Today I wanted to share with you some of  my favourite looks which I saw and would happily wear myself.

Jean Pierre Braganza : ARCHITECTONIC SS15

‘ Exploring the accidental elegance of industrial design and abstract expresso his, the point where randomness and consideration intersect’ 

This was by far my favourite collection the gorgeous tones of taupes, blacks and whites really made a  big impact on me , the whole collection was simply stunning. There were quiet sharp lines and cuts seen in the garments, I particularly liked the choice of fabrics the designer chose from silks to velvets it all worked together beautifully. To me the collection represented modern elegance , the prints were beautiful and it is a collection where pretty much everyone and anyone would be able to find something they like. If you would like to see more of his work click here.



Paul Costello SS15 

‘ Angel in the Fields sets the scene for this Spring /Summer 2015 collection and reflects a youthful freshness and curiosity that evokes an image of natural innocence and strength. ‘

Yet another talented designer who’s collection was something I would totally rock too! What stood out to me was his use of metallic coloured palette. The lined dresses created a signature tailored look they had a strong and very structured feel to them as you can see in the images below. Whilst being quiet bold they still had a feminine touch to them to me personally they almost seem futuristic.For more of his work click here. 

What do you think of these two Designer’s Collections?




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London Fashion Week has officially started! I am sure all of you fashioniastas out there are just as excited as me about it! Personally what I love most about Fashion Week is how much inspiration you get from seeing both the street style looks and the designers shows which get you prepared for the upcoming season.  I was very excited to return this year once again, last year was my first ever time to attend and I fell in love with the whole experience of it.

It was a beautiful sunny day in London and I decided to rock a bold outfit which seemed very successful as I had so many compliments on it and photo taking which is a little surreal but very cool at the same time when you have photographers asking to photograph and interview you. I will be attending over the next few days and this time I am out to snap some street style looks so I will share some of the amazing styling that is seen at LWF which I am sure will also inspire many of you too.

 

LWF is also a great way to meet new people and bloggers too! In the picture above there’s the lovely Sarah who’s also a blogger for My City My London , how beautiful is her outfit?! and in case your wondering we did not plan to both wear yellow haha! although I love how we almost coordinate yet sill have totally different outfits at the same time. 

Yellow was a colour that was worn by many this year , I personally love it , it is a beautiful vibrant colour which looks flattering on almost anyone, I was totally in love with this gorgeous yellow coat paired with simple black accessories this look was totally right up my street. 

SHOP THE LOOK I WORE TO LONDON FASHION WEEK 2014

TOP: H&M  PANTS: PRETTY LITTLE THING SHOES: PRIMARK   BAG: VINTAGE 

NECKLACE: H&M   WATCH: MICHAEL KORRS 

 Did you attend the London Fashion Week, if so what’s you favourite part about attending?

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This weekend I attended London Fashion Week, as I covered a few shows for the online magazine The Upcoming. Having never attended London Fashion Week before I was stoked when I got this amazing opportunity and was not going to let it down. Seeing all the amazing designs, super stylish and unique outfits as well as many bloggers I have followed for the last few months it was an overall great experience. Watching the beautiful catwalk shows was for sure the highlight of my weekend, the ideas,  presentation as well as the garment designs were phenomenal.

On the photos above you can see what I wore on one of the days I attend the show, I wore a cobalt blue piece with a black cropped top , white shirt , black shoes and bag and accessorised it with gold jewellery. I love this vibrant look , I felt like the colours really complimented each other and the outfit look well put together.

Since I was Covering the Show for The Upcoming, you can have a look at my articles on their website by clicking here. 

Here’s a few a photos from some of the shows I attended. Have you been following the London Fashion Week 2014 and the latest trends that are being seen on the Catwalks for this season?

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