The second day kicked off in the afternoon with Spijkers en Spijkers at Vauxhall Fashion Scout; rainbow silk dresses dominated the catwalk as well as daring lace dresses and tops splashed with greens and reds.
Long gold necklaces subtly complimented the clothes and the hair was worn loosely tousled in to a plait. The cream metallic pussy bow blouse teamed with the black tailored suit was a stand out piece for me and the revealing lace dress stole the show.
The clothes were feminine yet innocent at the Manuela Dack presentation salon show, featuring white knee and floor length gowns in satin, silk prints and mesh. The simplistic gowns were accentuated at the waist by satin, skinny belts and leather fringing, peplum style. The odd flash of orange was shown on long fringed skirts, almost grass skirt inspired. Delicate pleats poked under dresses and added texture to printed satins and scarf like drapes. Transparent glittered jelly shoes were provided by Ju Ju Boutique which contrasted and added a sense of innocence to the show. Hair was pulled in to messy plaited buns and make up kept pretty with lip gloss and glittered cheek bones.
The 'Misfit Toys' presentation by A La Disposition, show cased structured masculine shapes in stiff fabrics that created triangular silhouettes in blacks and creams. The accessories were bright and playful, featuring stripy tights, colourful wigs and trainer inspired heels. The white layered dress was beautifully placed under a chandelier that created rainbow patterns on the fabric.
At Bernard Chandran, there were beautifully pastel pieces off set by embellished geo patterns, long dresses that featured short hemlines at the back with PVC touches.
Me outside Vauxhall Fashion Scout.
Sheer shirt, Leather hot pants, Brown belt, Tan clogs, Sunglasses,
-all charity shop
I've had a good two days at Fashion Week and had fun representing 1883 magazine at the event I wish I could afford to go the rest of the week as I had more tickets, but there's always next time!
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