EVENTS

LONDON FASHION WEEK SS18 STREET STYLE
19th September 2017

The street style at London Fashion Week is incomparable and always will be. LFW SS18 was a festivity of London's contrasting societies and subcultures, varying from kaleidoscopically, vibrant club kids wearing their own colourful formulations to the impeccably flawless dressers sitting front row, this year had it all.

Never overlooking the finer details is what we loved about the street style we spotted this year. Instagrammable individuals strutted between the SS18 shows, filling us with fun, edge and confidence.


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LONDON FASHION WEEK SS18 DESIGNER SHOWROOMS
19th September 2017

The fashion crowd filled with models, bloggers, designers and photographers have gathered and Instagram is in overload for London Fashion Week SS18 and we were one of the lucky ones to get passes to get into the prestigious event.

Braving the drizzly British weather we headed to the Designer Showrooms at 180 Strand to take a closer look at some of this season’s offering. On arrival the scene is unlike any other with photographers’ cameras clicking as stylish individuals pose in the courtyard.


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JULIEN MACDONALD SS18
18th September 2017

Julien Macdonald’s SS18 show had the A list fans out in force, with a star-studded front row including Ronan Keating, Tom Daley, Amanda Holden and Rachel Stevens. However, Macdonald also lined up a range of big names to walk his runway. Hailey Baldwin, Winnie Harlow and Victoria's Secret Angel Alessandra Ambrosio strutted down the catwalk before joining the designer for the show's dramatic finale.

The Fashion Crossover London team were incredibly excited to head down to Invicta Plaza for the event with Domi Perek, editor of Mess Magazine who sported Fashion Crossover London’s graduate designer pieces.


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ROBERTA EINER SS18
15th September 2017

Glistening glamour, elaborate ornamentation and superlative shades are what we absolutely adore about Roberta Einer’s creative aesthetic, and her SS18 presentation at the old Central Saint Martin’s building, where the designer graduated, did not disappoint.

Einer allowed us to escape rainy London by taking us to a tropical utopia filled of palm trees and ice-cream sandwich snacks. Think California beaches, skaters, surfers and your typical LA girl as that is what Roberta Einer’s SS18 collection colourfully characterised.


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